Do right and wrong depend on culture, or does morality transcend place and time?
A 2020 study has revived a longstanding controversy over Christopher Columbus' claims of marauding cannibals in the Caribbean.
One man studied apes for 50 years. He says nature isn't as cruel as you think.
Could a pill make you more moral? Should you take it if it could?
Instead of insisting that we remain "free from" government control, we should view taking vaccines and wearing masks as a "freedom to" be a moral citizen who protects the lives of others.
Technology of the future is shaped by the questions we ask and the ethical decisions we make today.
Knowing what to do is one thing, doing it is another.
Synchronous movement seems to help us form cohesive groups by shifting our thinking from "me" to "we."
What is more important, that a treatment helps keep people healthy or that it meshes with our morals?
Can we stop a rogue AI by teaching it ethics? That might be easier said than done.
Researchers say that moral self-licensing occurs "because good deeds make people feel secure in their moral self-regard."
Can we affirm everything in life, the beauty and the suffering? Nietzsche says yes.
‘Morality pills’ may be the US’s best shot at ending the coronavirus pandemic, according to one ethicist
COVID-19 is a tragedy of the commons.
If the idea of freedom bound Camus and Sartre philosophically, then the fight for justice united them politically.
The banality-of-evil thesis was a flashpoint for controversy.
A massive Dating.com study reveals just how important politics are in the dating world right now.