We all use different voices for different times, whether we realize it or not. In some of these cases, there are some ethics to talk about. So basically in this episode we're talking about talking.
They're not necessarily symbols of rebellion anymore. They're art.
By now everyone has heard of the United Airlines incident involving a passenger who was beaten and removed from the plane by police because he refused to give up his seat. There were so many ethical issues to pick apart in this story that it was hard to contain it all to one episode.
It's an extremely common procedure performed on newborn baby boys... but should it be?
We all get asked for money from time to time. Should we be forking it over?
It happens way more often than anyone thinks. In fact, recent research shows that you probably pee in the pool, too. So, we need to talk.
Nike just released some new shoes that they claim will make athletes run faster. Is it ethical to use performance-enhancing shoes in running marathons?
The current United States presidential administration has declared that government funding for the arts and humanities will be ended. This is a personal issue to us here at Everyday Ethics, but the implications go far beyond this beyond this humble little podcast.
There are two kinds of animal shelters in America. Which kind should you adopt from?
Legislators keep trying to take recess away from school kids. Why?