Yesterday, Peter Singer published this article discussing the morality of Israel’s recent war with Palestinians in Gaza. Normally, I am a fan of Singer’s work which usually contains a high degree of moral seriousness. However, in this piece, his moral seriousness is undermined by his uncritical acceptance of Israeli talking points: “Israel, blaming Hamas, arrested […]Read More Peter Singer is out to lunch on Gaza
Working on the origin of the Symbol as having something to do with the history of trade before the establishment of the State in ancient Greek times I’ve come across something which might be more than a little bit important for modern ethical thinking. The question of virtue (right action), or ethics (a code of […]Read More Intellectual Property Rights, indo-european Linguistics, moral intutions.