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Links 1 through 10 of 54 by Richard Chappell tagged PhilosophyEtc+ethics

Our failure as a society to deliberate properly about our core values means that rival ideologies instead engage in proxy warfare over particular issues, with inconsistent results...

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Procedural Liberalism can be clarified by exploring various objections that critics might raise. ...

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Civic virtue requires that we approach the political arena with a commitment to deliberate with our fellow citizens in good faith...

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Should we avoid actions that are *possibly* (but probably not) gravely immoral, "just in case"?

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The essence of ethical holism, as I conceive of it, is that individual rights and duties derive from the broader facts about what is desirable for society as a whole...

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Can someone explain to me what's wrong with economic exploitation, such as sweatshops and prostitution? It's terrible that people are ever in such desperate need to begin with, of course...

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I assume most people will agree that it's wrong to cheat on your partner. But is the person you cheat *with* doing anything wrong? Indeed, is it really the *act* that matters here?

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Is it better to "buy local" instead of cheaply imported products from third-world countries? One might argue that it's better to support your local community, but surely we ought to be more cosmopolit...

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It is paternalistic to make others' decisions for them. In addition to the usual first-order decisions, we sometimes face second-order, or "meta", decisions, wherein we choose whether to make a first-order choice...

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Animal rights activists recently terrorized a UCLA neurobiologist into abandoning his research on primates. Ethical concerns about animal...

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