Philosopher Emily McTernan joins us on the show to defend the act of taking offense and showing disapproval.
Philosopher Luvell Anderson joins us to explore the ethics of the comedic roast.
Ethnographer and historian of religion Lucia Hulsether on the strange phenomenon she calls “capitalist humanitarianism.”
In an age when endangered species are dying out by the hundreds, philosopher Christopher Preston argues that there’s hope to be found in the stories of successful wildlife recoveries.
How much should we expect from ourselves when it comes to fighting climate change? Explore the issue of demandingness with philosophers Kyle Fruh and Marcus Hedahl on today's episode of Examining Ethics.
On this episode of Examining Ethics, we discuss the ambivalence of motherhood with philosopher Sarah LaChance Adams.
Jessica Flanigan is a philosopher at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. She argues that egalitarians might want to rethink their commitment to democracy.
On this episode of Examining Ethics, philosopher Manuel Wörsdörfer joins us to review some of the most pressing climate ethics issues we face today.
On today’s show, we explore the complicated relationship between gender, authenticity and ethics with philosopher Rowan Bell.
We’re joined on the podcast today by Biko Mandela Gray and Ryan J. Johnson. Their new book puts major Black thinkers in conversation with Hegel.
Philosopher Lauren Leydon-Hardy explores the ways that predatory grooming can interfere with the way that a person thinks about themselves and the world.
Philosophers Elena Ruíz and Nora Berenstain discuss colonialism and reproductive justice on this episode of Examining Ethics.
Today on Examining Ethics, historian of science Lorraine Daston discusses the history of rules and their connection to deep-seated values.
Philosopher Camisha Russell joins us on this episode of Examining Ethics to explore connections between Black Lives Matter and the ethics of reproduction.
We're discussing the ethics of victims' rights with president of the Alliance for Safety and Justice Lenore Anderson.
Pauline Shanks Kaurin, a philosopher and professor of military ethics at the U.S. Naval War College, joins us to explore the ethics of obedience.
On this episode of the Examining Ethics podcast, political theorist Emma Saunders-Hastings explains the effects philanthropy has on democracy.
Clinical ethicist and professor of philosophy Elizabeth Lanphier joins the show to discuss the relationship between care and justice, and what an ethic of care might look like in institutional settings.
The philosopher Quill R. Kukla joins the show to discuss the ethics of city living and how people and cities shape each other.
The cognitive scientist Jim Davies argues that it's possible to figure out how to do the most good for the most people and shares his insights on giving.
Scott Hershovitz joins the show to discuss his work on the questions his kids raise about philosophy and ethics.
On this episode of the Examining Ethics podcast, we explore disability and ethics with Georgetown University scholar Joel Reynolds.