Can Animals Be Held Criminally Responsible?
While the idea is handled provocatively in philosophy literature, in practice, animals are envisioned as plaintiffs, not defendants, in animal rights cases.
John Lennox: What Atheist Made Me Sweat? Plus Advice for Debaters
“People sweat because they’re afraid. And there are two kinds of nervous reaction to public engagement. One is healthy, the other is not very healthy.”
Species Dysphoria: Former Archbishop of Canterbury on Aeschliman’s Restoration of Man
An observation by Rowan Williams, that many of us “don’t want to be human,” is a profound insight.
This Memorial Day Weekend, Consider Putting Design and Human Dignity into Action
The universe was woven with us in mind. This is not a statement of species chauvinism. It’s a call to action.
Environmentalism’s Worsening Anti-Human Infection
Bioethicist Travis Rieder compares having a child to releasing a murderer from prison to kill again.