Analysis and commentary on applied ethics in many fields by the staff of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma” tries to sound the alarm on the dangerous human impact of social networking.
Public debate is one of many tools for educating the public about candidates and their positions on issues and the voting public deserves another.
Should the media “cover” Kellyanne Conway’s daughter and her posts on TikTok?
A comparison of two presidents’ handling of health issues highlights the leadership approach of each leader.
Catholic teaching does not prohibit voting for a pro-choice candidate.
You will get stressed out by your own facial expressions... and more.
While it’s not uncommon to see dirty tricks in politics, the most ethical candidates will typically avoid these common tactics.
A three-step process and a framework of questions to make ethical reporting decisions, with recent convalescent plasma reporting as an example.
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Ethics, and virtue in particular, tells us that for white people to eradicate systemic racism, they must demand more of themselves and others, particularly those in power.