New Ethics Blog
Public Ethics is a new philosophy blog providing “expert analysis of ethical issues in the news.”
Public Ethics is published by the Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace and edited by Romy Eskens (Stockholm University). It is replacing the more narrowly focused Ethical War Blog.
Recent posts include “Individual Difference-Making and Climate Change: Tragedy of Collective Action or Culpable Collusion?” by Christian Barry and Katie Steele (ANU), “Costs and Risk Imposition in a Pandemic” by Gerald Lang (Leeds), and “Should a Covid-19 Vaccine Be Mandatory?” by Daniel Halliday (Melbourne). Check out all the posts here.
(via Helen Frowe and Erik Angner)
Great topics and contributors — I look forward to reading it!Report
It does look interesting, but does not look new: they have posted around seven to a dozen entries since 2015.Report