Provocative short piece here, from the current issue of the Journal of Practical Ethics (image: vegan food).
Op-Ed by economist Ben Ho here.
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What’s Wrong? Advisory Board member Dale Jamieson discusses his new book, Reason in a Dark Time (Oxford University Press) here.
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Good coverage of the controversy here (image: moustached kingfisher).
If you read this piece in the print edition of today’s New York Times, should you put it in the recycle bin or throw it in the garbage after you finish it? (image: cans)
Here. (image: lawn)
Recently posted TED Talk by Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and past UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
This is the first in a three-part series featuring special guest posts on their recent work from the three philosophers honored in the American Philosophical Association‘s 2013 Book Prize competition. Today’s featured author is Cara Nine, Lecturer at University College Cork in Ireland and the author of the prize-winning Global Justice and Territory (Oxford University Press).
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Marcus Hedahl is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the United States Naval Academy. At this year’s Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, his second, Professor Hedahl gave a talk called “Owing it to Us: How Directed Duties to Collectives Can Inform Collective Responsibility for Future Generations”. What follows is a short piece based on that paper that Professor Hedahl wrote specifically for What’s Wrong? It is a draft of a work in progress and should not be cited without his permission.
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