Anti-racism protesters clash with police and federal agents outside the Justice Center in Portland, Oregon in July.
A political philosopher on why denying the right to resistance poses a far greater threat to a society than embracing it.
Who should get the groceries?
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In these times of fear and uncertainty, many of us face daily decisions regarding the right thing to do. An ethicist offers guidance on how to think through them.
Michel Foucault argued that surveillance, such as CCTV, is used to enforce social norms.
Michel Foucault was one of the most famous thinkers of the late 20th century, achieving celebrity-like status before his death. His theories about power and social change continue to resonate.
Pet spending in the U.S. is estimated to have exceeded US$72 billion.
American spending on pets is more than the combined GDP of the 39 poorest countries in the world. What if even a small percentage of this spending was allocated to reducing suffering, asks a philosopher.
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Almost total journalistic shutdown is worsening the UK prison crisis.
Slack for Sepp?
We’re all outraged by dopers and allegedly corrupt officials. Why, and are we justified?