Do the young deserve life more? Is it more tragic when people die young? If you have two patients and only one ventilator, who should…View More A life’s fair share
The ethics of weighing lives Imagine you are a doctor. You are doing organ transplants on children. You have a whole hospital ward full of…View More Can you kill one to save many?
A new series Welcome to this new series of posts! Here I want to publish a daily video talking about some philosophy question that…View More What is ethics?
What possibly could an international treaty and the magician of Science Fiction have in common, besides a birthday on August 22? First Geneva Convention Today…View More Happy Birthday, Geneva Conventions and Ray Bradbury!
We don’t have a very high opinion of ourselves these days. We’re getting by, and in the process of getting by we accept injustice, poverty,…View More Kant on how to deserve praise
Imagine you go out to the street and suddenly there’s a hungry lion standing there, looking at you. The next moment it has eaten you,…View More The Gift of Sinning. Autonomy, Surveillance, and Freedom.