Suicide is commonly referred to as an illness of the heart. But that “illness” aspect may be more true than you think.
Do animals feel suffering – emotional pain, depression, fear – in the same way that humans do? And if so, what does that mean for us?
One of the things I’ve noticed, in my spare time, is the moral implications of some of the maximums and minimums that exist in our world. They aren’t a particularly dense subject, but provide an interesting thought exercise.
Here are a few thoughts I have on achieving (and keeping) success.
I’m no stranger to arguing in favor of a relative moral viewpoint. But I’ve recently come under the realization of a new argument against it: relative morality is possible, it just isn’t helpful. So… is it true?