What’s So Bad About Smugness?

Emrys Westacott asks whether it really is a terrible moral
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An Education In Diversity?

Christina Easton asks if a liberal education can be forced on non-liberal
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Prostitution & Instrumentalization

Rob Lovering argues that a popular argument against prostitution doesn’t
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Homelessness & the Limits of Hospitality

Anya Daly says we’ll solve homelessness only when we see it as our
Anya Daly says we’ll solve homelessness only when we see it as our [More]

Perfectionism & Hate Speech Law

Shaun O’Dwyer on reconciling free speech with protection against hate
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Xenos: Jacques Derrida on Hospitality

Peter Benson tackles xenophobia with the help of Jacques Derrida and
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News: December 2017 / January 2018

Human brains to connect to cloud storage! • Mini human brains implanted in rodents! • Psychologists study moral intuition — News reports by Anja
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Knowledge as Acceptable Testimony

2017.11.17 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Stephen L. Reynolds, Knowledge as Acceptable Testimony, Cambridge University Press, 2017, 216pp., $99.00 (hbk), ISBN
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From hippie fun to shell of its former self: <strong><em>Rolling Stone</em></strong> is a mirror of the baby-boom generation. The reflection isn't pretty

From hippie fun to shell of its former self: Rolling Stone is a mirror of the baby-boom generation. The reflection isn&#39;t
From hippie fun to shell of its former self: Rolling Stone is a mirror of the baby-boom generation. The reflection isn't [More]