Ethics Bites explores the question of how easy it is to identify the right thing. You can listen to the complete series online:
How far should athletes go in pursuit of the podium? Can you build yourself up while protecting your ethics? Listen now: Sport and genetic enhancement
Why should we care about climate change? Featuring: Audio Credit: Production team - grabbed from rough cut
Why should we care about the future generations who’ll be affected by global warming? Should the West shoulder the... Listen now: Why should we care about climate change?
Art, censorship and morality Featuring: Audio Credit: By Unhindered by Talent via Flicker under Creative Commons license
Should artists have complete freedom? Or should we limit what they say and how they say it? Discover the dilemmas of... Listen now: Art, censorship and morality
One person’s inspiration is another’s plagiarism. Richard Posner guides us through the world of copyright Listen now: Copyright
When does sex bring fulfillment and when is it hollow? What distinguishes us from animals? Roger Scruton talks about... Listen now: Sex and perversion
Should companies consider anything but their shareholders? What can they learn from philosophy? Discover business ethics Listen now: Business ethics
Is it ok to wage war? Is it ok to defend yourself against an attacking army? Ethics Bites asks if it's always wrong... Listen now: What's wrong with killing?
How should we judge slave owners? Were they innocent or guilty? Miranda Fricker talks about blame and historic injustice Listen now: Blame and historic injustice
Would you let someone die, to save five others? Would you kill someone to save five others? Explore trolleys, killing... Listen now: Trolleys, killing and the doctrine of double effect
As IVF technology has developed, so have ethical questions surrounding its use have grown. Does everyone have the... Listen now: The right to have babies