A new book powerfully examines the most important questions surrounding lying and argues that to assert falsely is to commit an act of self-induced practical schizophrenia.
The author argues in favor of the thesis proposed by Peter Knauer and others that double-effect reasoning, or the principle of double effect, changes in character from Aquinas's in
Is lying ever justified? Are the choices undertaken by agents of Live Action in exposing Planned Parenthood wrong or right? In his Public Discourse article earlier this week, Chris
One Body, by Alexander Pruss, melds rigorous philosophical analysis and insightful moral theology to advance a clearly-articulated system of sexual ethics based on the call to love
What place does a chapter on capital punishment have in a book on bioethics? Although consideration of bioethics generally pertains to “private” choices such as physician assisted
Suggestions to end conscience protection ignore the importance of conscience and rely on a circular—and baseless—understanding of a woman’s “right” to abortion. Following such sugg