We are pleased to announce the next PEA Soup Quarterly Topic (with Awards)!! Every third month, from here on out, we will invite submissions from any of our readers for posts on the Soup about a particular topic in moral and political philosophy.  » …Read more

Welcome to our discussion of Thomas Rowe and Alex Voorhoeve’s “Egalitarianism under Severe Uncertainty”!

Brian Jabarian has graciously provided a critical précis,  » …Read more

Welcome to what we expect will be a very interesting and productive discussion of Matthew Rendall’s “Discounting, Climate Change and the Ecological Fallacy.” The paper is published in the most recent issue of Ethics,  » …Read more

Undoubtedly, philosophers do make moral judgments about particular cases. For example, they make judgments about actual historical cases – as G.E.M. Anscombe famously judged that it was wrong of President Truman to order the dropping of two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.  » …Read more