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The Prindle Post’s Greatest Hits 2015

By The Prindle Institute for Ethics
21 Dec 2015

We’ll be taking a short break for the holidays, but we’ll return the first week in January with more engaging ethics content. Until we see you again, take a look at our list of popular posts and catch up on articles you might have missed this year.

  1. “Resilience, an ideal that hurts more than it helps” by Robin James
  2. “So I’m a racist. What do I do now?” by Sara Protasi
  3. “The Empty Chair: White Male Privilege at DePauw” by Conner Gordon
  4. “The Nonsense of Beating Sense into Kids” by Eric Thomas Weber
  5. “Long Distance Information, Give Me Memphis, Tennessee” by Chris Hager
  6. “Women’s Resilience and Post-Feminist Sexism” by Robin James
  7. “What A Flag has to do with Justice” by Eric Thomas Weber
  8. “American History and the Ethics of Memory” by Chris Hager
  9. “Technology and Police Brutality” by Amy Brown
  10. “From Outrage to Integration” by Bob Fischer
  11. “Convicted Felons in Professional Sports” by Amy Brown
  12. “The Value of Suffering” by Sara Protasi
  13. “Why Act When It Doesn’t Make a Difference?” by Bob Fischer
  14. “Using History to Make Slavery History” by Chris Hager
  15. “The Poetry of ISIS: Is It Literature?” by Conner Gordon
  16. “Education and a Free Society: A Libertarian Perspective” by Pamela J. Hobart
  17. “Adderall Aftermath: The Implications of James Stewart’s Supercross Ban” by Rachel Gutish
  18. “Ethical Responsibilities of DePauw Graduates” by Rachel Hannebutt
  19. “Facebook’s Online Redlining” by Conner Gordon
  20. “The Vaccine Debate: Where Do We Go From Here?” by Ashley Kennedy
  21. “Ethics of Student Choice: DePauw’s ‘New’ Meal Plan” by Rachel Hannebutt
  22. “The Ethics of Discourse on Clinton” by Victoria Houghtalen
  23. “A Student Perspective on Trigger Warnings” by Conner Gordon
  24. “Obama seen as ‘enemy’ to press freedom” by Jeff McCall
  25. “Can Someone’s Dignity Be Taken Away?” by Kathleen Whipple
  26. “Diversity in Children’s Books: A White Author’s Quandry” by Claudia Mills
  27. “How Does Capitalism Incentivize?” by Adriel M. Trott
  28. “When Is It Rational to Trust a Stranger?” by Jason D’Cruz
  29. “An Expectation of White Allies” by Taylor Jones
  30. “Where Does the Confederate Flag Belong Today?” by Midori Kawaue
  31. “Freedom of Association and Right-to-Work Laws” by Peter Vallentyne

Thanks for reading! Let us know which posts you liked the best!

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