Is Moral Expertise Possible? Four Responses

Is Moral Expertise Possible? Four Responses

As long as there have been philosophers, there has been thinking about morality.

Quillette
Quillette
12 min read
Politics
Woke Capitalism’s Tragedy of the Commons

Woke Capitalism’s Tragedy of the Commons

Woke capitalism is rational, but it is also unsustainable.

Ilya Levine
Ilya Levine
6 min read
Politics
Quillette Podcast #189: Progressive Social Panic at Yale and Princeton

Quillette Podcast #189: Progressive Social Panic at Yale and Princeton

Reporter Aaron Sibarium talks to Quillette podcast host Jonathan Kay about his recent scoops concerning the campaign against anti-woke Princeton classics professor Joshua Katz, and the unsettling radicalism of student activists at Yale Law School.

Quillette
Quillette
1 min read
Podcast
Conquering a Balkan Blood Feud—in Bovey, Minnesota

Conquering a Balkan Blood Feud—in Bovey, Minnesota

An American family descended from Serbian and Croatian immigrants finds a way to overcome old-world hatreds.

Jon Zobenica
Jon Zobenica
14 min read
Yugoslavia
Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Dear Quilletters, It's nice to see your interest in our Quillette Social in Sydney, taking place in just two weeks. Claire, Scott and I are looking forward to seeing some of you there. And thank you for suggesting other locations for future social events, we've taken all your requests on

Zoe Booth
Zoe Booth
5 min read
Domestic Violence Is Not the Result of Patriarchy

Domestic Violence Is Not the Result of Patriarchy

Research consistently finds that women in heterosexual relationships tend to perpetrate violence against intimate partners at least as often as men.

Limor Gottlieb
Limor Gottlieb
6 min read
Undiminished by Decadence

Undiminished by Decadence

I grew up in the 1960s and ’70s and I’m happy to report that, for the most part, television and mainstream cinema today are orders of magnitude better than they were in my salad days.

Kevin Mims
Kevin Mims
14 min read
Art and Culture
Pacifism and Papal Fallibility

Pacifism and Papal Fallibility

The Pope is a perverse sort of pacifist, not a man of peace.

Brian Stewart
Brian Stewart
7 min read
Politics