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Although Kal Kalewold, General Ethics Fellow at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, double majored in biology and philosophy at SUNY Plattsburgh and spent one semester working full time…

While some debate whether AI will develop “consciousness” in the future, Kathleen Creel, Stanford’s first Embedded EthiCS fellow at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, is much more…

Humans are thought to make approximately 35,000 decisions a day, many of them, of course, unconscious and mundane. Linda Eggert, an Interdisciplinary Ethics Fellow at the McCoy Family Center for…

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed our lives and relationships over the past two years. In addition, it has fueled conversations surrounding individual liberty and surveillance. In her…

Is there room for the family in liberal theory? In her Ethics in Society Honors thesis, Hannah Kunzman tackled this question and the complexity of children's interests. During her time at Stanford…