"Theron Pummer on doing good without harming others." (2016). The Philosophers' Magazine. http://www.philosophersmag.com/essays/129-risky-giving
"People can avoid being misled by individual scientists who might hold eccentric views" // Johnston, I. (2017). The Independent. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/fake-news-alternative-facts-scientists-corporations-politicians-donald-trump-aaas-a7588866.html
Oscar Wilde's famous novel The Picture of Dorian Gray remains a literary classic that's been adapted into numerous texts and films. Originally published by Wilde in 1890 during the English Victorian era, The Picture of Dorian Gray centers upon the life and trials of a young English artistocrat, Dorian Gray, who falls into an insidious cycle of self-indulgence … Continue reading Dorian Gray & The Fallacy of Hedonism
"How we direct attention is one of our most ethically-important decisions. Attention leads to awareness and often to action...William James went so far as to assert that 'attention equals belief'" // Wolcott, R.C. (2017). Attention in a time of plenty. New Philosopher. http://www.newphilosopher.com/articles/attention-plenty/
"The election of Donald Trump is just one example of what we are witnessing in many democracies around the world, namely a new type of ...." // Rothstein, B. & Lennart, L. (2016). Universities need to teach ethics. Prospect Magazine.