Left-Leaning Bias in Ethics Textbooks

April 13, 2017 Natural Lawyer 31

Introductory courses in applied ethics often utilize anthologies that purport to offer a balanced series of pro/con readings on any number of controversial moral issues. The readings contained in these textbooks are intended by their editors to be representative of the strongest arguments made [Continue reading]

Election Reflection VI: Daniel von Wachter

November 27, 2016 Natural Lawyer 15

Today’s post by Daniel von Wachter (International Academy of Philosophy, Liechtenstein) is the sixth and final post in a series featuring invited reflections on the recent election from right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be [Continue reading]

Election Reflection V: Philippe Lemoine

November 26, 2016 Natural Lawyer 8

Today’s post by Philippe Lemoine (Cornell University) is the fifth post of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold [Continue reading]

Election Reflection IV: Harold Fine

November 23, 2016 Natural Lawyer 6

Today’s post by Harold Fine is the fourth of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold views expressed by anyone [Continue reading]

Election Reflection III: Spencer Case

November 22, 2016 Natural Lawyer 17

Today’s post by Spencer Case (University of Colorado, Boulder) is the third of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold [Continue reading]

Election Reflection II: John Kekes

November 21, 2016 Natural Lawyer 2

Today’s post by John Kekes (Emeritus, University at Albany) is the second of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold views [Continue reading]

Censor This.

October 7, 2016 Natural Lawyer 60

It is our intention to return to “regular” posting after this post. On September 26th, we brought attention to a series of demeaning and profane Facebook comments that were posted by leftist academics in the wake of the Swinburne controversy. Instead [Continue reading]

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