Julian V. Roberts
4. Why punish … and how?
why punishment is imposed, and we need to justify the penalties we impose in individual cases. Legal justifications for punishment reflect one of two schools of thought.
Can there be objectivity in taste?
How do we know?
9. Family medicine meets the House of Lords
7. Self-determination and the will
2. The moral status of animals
Ronald de Sousa
There are two tragedies in life: the first is not to get what you want; the other is to get it.
What does the lover want?
If there is one thing Diotima got right, it was that love essentially involves desire. But what is desire? And what sorts of desire are characteristic of love?
Can there be objectivity in ethics?
A Very Short Introduction