Victor Fabian Abundez-Guerra and Nathan Nobis from 1000-Word Philosophy examine the difficult issue of how to deal with the objectionable
by Victor Wallis In their 1979 book The Washington Connection and Third World Fascism, Noam Chomsky and the late Edward
Ryan Jenkins from 1000-Word Philosophy examines the potential worth in licensing parents. Most people think it’s obvious that we have
Ryan Jenkins from 1000-Word Philosophy gives an account of just war theory. War is a profoundly destructive institution, yet most
Racist Ideas, Justice, and Freedom: A Review and Reflection on Ibram Kendi’s ‘Stamped from the Beginning’
Stamped From the Beginning is filled with implications for political theory, both regarding distributive justice, and how we conceptualize freedom, showing limits to the typical bifurcation of freedom into its positive and negative variants.
By: Hendrik van der Breggen Below are some popular arguments for abortion choice followed by some pro-life replies. These pro-choice
Abortion has been in Canadian news lately, thanks to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Summer Jobs Program and its “pro-choice”/ “reproductive freedom” values test (i.e., agree with the PM’s values or you don’t get funding).
Howl of the Day: Oct 13, 2017 Political scientist Corey Robin has an interesting take on the current Harvey Weinstein
By: Richard Oxenberg I. Introduction As Congress gears up for another round of massive tax cuts whose benefits will primarily
Unless the right to silence comes of age and accommodates the technological challenges posed by biometric ID systems, the lacuna in the law which distinguishes between password and fingerprint locks can be exploited to render the fundamental right to silence -- which is often the last bastion of civil society -- an abortive ideal.