Facing a moral dilemma over driverless cars

Absolute morality garners trust, says new study

Interview: Dan Robinson on bioethics and utilitarianism

A wild swing at bioethics

Peter Singer to release new book on altruism

That eminent utilitarian Mr Spock

The Pessimist: Editor of leading bioethics journal mourns “failure” of bioethics

Where are the true utilitarians who have not bent the knee to Baal?

Should we eliminate all suffering in the world?

Savulescu and Harris debate enhancing morality

Is it better to be minimally conscious than vegetative?

Is prostitution harmful? Nope, says Journal of Medical Ethics

Parents can have a duty to use IVF, say bioethicists

Fallout continues from infanticide article

Yet another Modest Proposal: save the world from climate change by genetically engineering your kids

Ethicists give thumbs-up to infanticide

Waste not, want not

Musings from Peter Singer on the death penalty

Bioethics for your smart phone

UK drug addicts bribed to be sterilized

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