Association for Practical and Professional Ethics 2016

Hello to anyone and everyone who visited us at the Association for Practice and Professional Ethics 2016 annual conference! It was a pleasure to have so many insightful conversations and brainstorm possibilities for this project at the conference. We look forward to continuing those discussions in the coming weeks and months ahead. In the meanwhile, … More Association for Practical and Professional Ethics 2016

Updates with the American Psychological Association and Prisoner Interrogation

To update a previous post on the American Psychological Association’s (APA) stance on participation in national security interrogations, check the APA’s timeline. Specifically, in January the Department of Defense responded to APA’s October 2015 “letters to President Barack Obama and other key federal officials to notify them of APA’s new policy that includes a prohibition … More Updates with the American Psychological Association and Prisoner Interrogation

Weapons Manufacturing

During a┬árally in Turin last summer, Pope Francis admonished people who manufacture weapons or invest in the weapons industry. Specifically, he denounced them as hypocrites. From the Reuters article: “It makes me think of … people, managers, businessmen who call themselves Christian and they manufacture weapons. That leads to a bit a distrust, doesn’t it?” … More Weapons Manufacturing