If the Ends Don’t Justify the Means, What Does?

If the Ends Don’t Justify the Means, What Does?

Ethics can be a tricky issue, but it need not be so in many ways. When it is difficult to make a decision it is often not for a lack of information, but because we are lost in a swarm of details and hypotheticals. By isolating the essential details and identifying a...
Why the “Is-Ought Problem” is Not a Problem

Why the “Is-Ought Problem” is Not a Problem

I enjoy having philosophical conversations with almost anyone who is willing to try. People on the bus, coworkers, and my fiancée are all potential victims of the madness. One of my favorite questions is, “what makes something right or wrong?” It seems...