How can Rawlsian ideal theory’s strict compliance assumption be warranted when so many problems of injustice arise precisely because many people fail to comply with their moral obligations? » …Read more
Shoemaker and I have had a ton of fun running PEA Soup over the past 9 years. It was founded in 2004 and Shoe has been at the helm that whole time. » …Read more
The third “season” of the Virtual Metaethics Colloquium has just wrapped up. We’ve seen some very interesting talks, and the presenters have found the feedback very useful.
I want to focus not on the wisdom of the Supreme Court decision concerning paying student-athletes, but instead how higher ed should respond. The inevitable result of this ruling is that the revenue-generating sports will cost more money, » …Read more
We apologize but the transition to Princeton’s server for some reason unsubscribed people who previously were regularly receiving e-mails when a new post went up at PEA Soup. » …Read more
A Tangled Loop by Kerah Gordon-Solmon
That is my sketch of the trolley track in Judith Thomson’s loop variant of the trolley problem. » …Read more