Analysis and commentary on applied ethics in many fields by the staff of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Media coverage might be more informative if it ignored some tweets.
The media coverage of Musk’s tweets is disproportionate and counterproductive.
The U.S.’s 2003 invasion of Iraq and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are not morally equivalent because Putin’s objectives cannot be reconciled with the Ukrainian people’s right of self-determination.
Prefiguring a Critique of Silicon Valley
On "dash and daring and recklessness of cost or consequences"
The Ethics of Diagnosing President Vladimir Putin: Tensions between the ‘Goldwater Rule’ and the ‘Duty to Warn Rule’
The ongoing war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has led many to publicly question whether Russian President, Vladimir Putin is a “madman.” Ethics rules, however, state that psychiatrists should not comment on the mental health of public figures who they have not evaluated or treated in person.
Even in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there are ethical issues to be considered and weighed.
In this time of war in the Ukraine, leaders are making nuanced and critical ethical decisions.
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State and local governments’ adoption and implementation of ESG is becoming an important ethical value in jurisdictions across the country.
While nonprofits may be careful to avoid investing in areas that are directly in conflict with their missions, this view has generally not broadened to ESG investing.
A new application helps journalists track the diversity of the expert quotes used in article drafts, providing real-time updates and helping reporters ensue equitable representation of the communities the cover.