Aeon J. Skoble weighs in on the moral status of meat.
Andy Lamey says that we eat meat out of an unexamined habit--and it often shows.
Shawn E. Klein argues that humans' moral considerations can't be sensibly founded on suffering alone.
Andy Lamey argues that factory farming has come to distort the political process, to say nothing of our moral reasoning.
It is not a moral wrong to eat meat, writes Aeon J. Skoble.
Michael Huemer says that how we treat animals may be a crucial test of conscience.
John Samples replies to the participants in this month's discussion about social media filtering.
Social media companies know a lot less than you may think, and that's part of the problem.
"[S]omeone needs to experiment with figuring out what information is most important to put in front of users and how to present it," writes Alex Feerst, because there is no such thing as unmediated online speech.
John Samples argues that social media filtering should