If used in the right platforms with the right intentions, controversial conversations can become necessary guards of truth.
In times of crisis, Harvard must not shy away from sacrifice where sacrifice is needed. It must aspire to transcend its mission as an academic institution and take on the mantle of civic and moral leadership.
Trolley operators at all levels should take the helm of the trolley and engage in honest decision-making. As we wash our hands, more than ever, we must not wash away our moral convictions.
Regardless of whether there is an answer that clearly settles the matter, we should be open to new perspectives, potentialities, and possibilities.
The problem is not that photography is inherently harmful. The problem is that we should not be afraid of forgetting art.
We conduct ethics in a broken world. Both knowingly and unknowingly, we are prone to making irrational, partial, flawed, and deficient moral judgements