What does the pandemic say about the relationship between your body and others?
At a time when thought is more difficult than ever, the Coronavirus pandemic forces us to stop and do just that: think.
The U.S. government is culling wild horses and burros in the American West. Do these beings have a right not to be systematically slaughtered by the state? Probably.
Can all jobs be automated? When we think about the question in its most abstract form, we are forced to question assumptions about labor and ourselves.
A powerful and prevalent critique of veganism is the idea that it, its methods, or its impact are racist. But does the critique work?
Why our conversation about the moral standing of Artificial Intelligence is misguided
A different type of voter guide
It is a basic practical reality that people must be convinced to become vegans. But as a matter of moral philosophy, I am done arguing.
The three open relationship episodes. Listen to the conversation.
When I discuss open relationships with people, after initial uneasiness, I usually hear some variation of “I don’t have any problem with open relationships as a concept. It just isn’t for me.”
I want to show why that is wrong. Open relationships are for everybody.