Philosophical Ethics

Reimagining Human Rights

An interpretation of human rights that centers on the rhetorical—and religious—power of testimony.

Consumer Ethics in a Global Economy

It is a serious mistake to think that all we need for a just world is properly-structured organizations. But it is equally wrong to believe that all we need are virtuous people.

Wealth, Virtue, and Moral Luck

In a deeply unequal world, our economic status shapes our pursuit of virtue whether we have enough resources to live comfortably or struggle to survive

Pursuing Moral Warfare

During combat, soldiers make life-and-death choices dozens of times a day. These individual decisions accumulate to determine the outcome of wars.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Holocaust

Johannes Morsink argues that the 1948 UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the human rights movement today are direct descendants of revulsion to the Holocaust and the desire to never let i

Bioethics and the Human Goods

Bioethics and the Human Goods offers students and general readers a brief introduction to bioethics from a "natural law" philosophical perspective.

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