Does what you believe in come from reason? Or just your community?
Deciding how we ought to live is one of the greatest challenges of being alive. Ask yourself these important questions to gain clarity, with philosopher Peter Singer.
Considering strands of liberalism and how each determines right from wrong.
61% said adopting a vegan diet was not enjoyable.
We all know somebody who avoids meat. These schools of thought suggest those people are onto something.
Does voting serve the collective good, or should we just not bother?
Objections to liberalism are often tied to traditions, morals, and cultural identity.
Whether or not women think beards are sexy has to do with "moral disgust"
Charity and volunteering not only benefit the recipient but help you become happier and healthier in the new year.
What could be better than "do unto others as you would have others do unto you"?
Determining whether human nature is short-sighted when it comes to survival-necessary situations
How deep are America's cultural fault lines? Depends on which data you crunch.
We tend to promote foreigners by broadcasting their economic and scholarly value, instead of their intrinsic humanity.
Ever taken pleasure in someone else's misfortune?
Human-animal hybrids are coming and could be used to grow organs for transplant – a philosopher weighs in
The goal is to eventually grow a human pancreas in a larger animal – such as a pig – which can be transplanted.
"A serious party neglects the underlying virtues of playfulness and generosity that make a party authentic."
Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a well-known model of human development, but Maslow's friend and colleague Kazimierz Dąbrowski believed humans developed in a different way.
Former evangelical pastor Joshua Harris has put himself in a difficult situation.
The results contradict the popular assumption that men react far more strongly to pornography.
These effective strategies can minimize harmful moral grandstanding – in yourself and in others.
Jokes so cheesy even French philosophers will love them.
The cost of seeing yourself as a thief is pretty steep, the results suggest.
If virtue is insufficient temptation, then the internet makes sure we are never lacking.