Bullied, stressed by pressures of examinations, and otherwise finding it hard to cope with life, a recent article highlighted the plight of thousands of British children. Unfortunately, the Brits are not alone.
Is the idea of a naturally-knowable and universally-binding law of right and wrong (i.e., a “natural law”) sustainable in the face of the widespread moral disagreement we see around us today?
With the bright lights of the Winter Olympics upon us, and the fading lights of the Super Bowl behind us, a recent article suggests that in the shadow of these global sporting events lies an increase in human misery...
There is a longstanding tradition in medicine dating back to the Hippocratic Oath whereby healthcare professionals swear to practice their craft honestly and in the best interest of their patients. With the increasing politics of science and medicine, is this still the case?