In this regular online series, we call attention to a wide range of issues with implications that may be personal, political, even global. We highlight a broad array of opinions from journalism, academia and advocacy organizations.
Our intent is to illuminate and explore the complexity of some of the most vexing ethical questions of our time. We invite you to join us in "Ethical Inquiry."
Selected Inquiries, by Area
"Should Peacebuilders Encourage Oppressed People to Empathize With Their Oppressors?" Shoshana Zeldner, September 2012.
"Seeking Justice After War Crimes, Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity: Which Approach?" Kate Alexander, November 2011.
"How Should I Choose My Commitments to Causes?" Leah Igdalsky ’14, February 2012
"Is It Ethical for Parents to Opt Out of Immunizing Their Children?" Alec Mkwamba, January 2011.
- "Debating 'Judicial Activism': How Far Should Judges Go?" November 2010.
"Is There a Responsibility to Protect?" November 2009.
"The Ethics of Legalizing Medical Marijuana," Alex Thomson, July 2013.
"Should Every Worker Have Paid Sick Leave? The Ethics of Employee Benefits and Rights," Madeleine Gecht ’11, August 2011.
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