1. Does fear of cameras imply guilty mind?

  2. How can political philosophy and moral philosophy differ in the context of moral limits on the market?

  3. Immanuel Kant on authenticity
  4. How would a Utilitarian and a Kantian solve this thought experiment?

  5. Is telling children Santa is real and other similar stories ethical? If so, why?
  6. Can Suicide be Rational?

  7. In light of Eichmann's Problem: what makes a regime's legitimacy end?

  8. Does the imperfection of man imply the imperfection of God?
  9. Kant -- What does it mean to treat someone merely as a means?

  10. What is the relationship between conceptual engineering and social change?

  11. Is negative utilitarianism wrong by supporting antinatalism?

  12. Ethics Test Question
  13. What is "moral goodness" according to Kant?

  14. Is it moral to act kindly?
  15. Does Plato see the tyranny as final?
  16. Practical differences between a 'duty' and a 'rights' based ethical framework

  17. What arguments are there against counter examples to Kant's perfect duties?
  18. How does Rawls defend himself from skepticism?

  19. Does the supposed status of the working class as "universal class" have any bearing on philosophical aesthetics or ethics?
  20. According to Aristotle, does an uncontrolled person act voluntarily or counter-voluntarily?

  21. Is it a logical flaw to blame someone for an event if they were simply its causal factor?

  22. What are some examples of categorical imperatives relevant to modern ethics?

  23. Can societal morals develop with no concept of religion?
  24. What is the basis of promoting gender equality across occupations?

  25. Book to start studying ethics and Socrates especially

  26. Are selflessness and selfishness mutually exclusive?
  27. What is the basis of the belief that instututions should pursue their goals only while disregarding moral aspects of their actions' wide consequences?

  28. What is more objectionable morally, jealousy or envy?

  29. What were Plato's view on slavery, in particular with respect to his proposed Utopia?
  30. Name for this kind of justice
  31. what if aliens had diffrent morals
  32. Does the ethics of a society determine whether or not something is ethical?

  33. Is it ethical to flee after accidentally killing someone?

  34. In Madness and Civilization does Foucault say / imply that no-one loves a mad person?
  35. Friedrich Nietzsche - On the Genealogy of Morals - Slave Morality Imposition

  36. Is this "If nobody did it" a fallacy?

  37. Do "if everybody did it" arguments commit a fallacy?

  38. Someone said argument A, the other heard argument A', is that a fallacy?
  39. Should this view of Zi Lu's be called "deontology" or "virtue ethics"?
  40. Is Machiavelli's "The Prince" an immoral book?

  41. What Ethical Responsibilities Could the Creator of an Artificial Consciousness be Held To?
  42. Is it self-evident that utilitarianism requires altruism, provided it does require altruism?

  43. Would it be amoral to kill someone who you know wishes to kill you?

  44. The Money Force

  45. How would a utilitarian act in this case?

  46. Are analogies between ethics and mathematics philosophically coherent?
  47. Is it immoral/ethically wrong to torture an AI that thinks it's human?
  48. Is there a valid argument for a moral imperative to seek knowledge?
  49. Why is morality often defined in terms of humans?

  50. What are the arguments in favour of hard incompatibalism leading to better social outcomes?

  51. Am I morally obligated to campaign for a cause I believe in?

  52. Alastair Norcross's Puppies, Pigs, and People and utilitarianism

  53. Moral Theory Argument
  54. Personhood and aims
  55. What are the ethical ramifications of Revenge?
  56. Do we have the same duty to future generations?
  57. What was Nietzsche's Position on Darwin and his theory of Evolution by Natural Selection?
  58. Does moral aversion to dis-enhancing animals suggest insecurity in our current beliefs?

  59. What fallacy dismisses criticism of a bad law with "just don't break it"?

  60. The perverted faculty argument
  61. How do utilitarians avoid ethical totalitarianism?
  62. What are some arguments for why lives are valuable?

  63. Scenario in which society is better off by someone breaking a rule?
  64. Is there anything wrong with this argument against Kantian Ethics?
  65. Rape and non consensual sex

  66. Can donation or charity be a big mistake

  67. Why must extrinsic value exist?
  68. eleemosynary duties

  69. Is it OK to be indifferent or inactive when another is being harmed?
  70. Is it morally permissible in jumping the queue? Can we prove that it's morally permissible?
  71. Why was Aristotle not a Hedonist? (Nicomachean Ethics)

  72. How does Hegel overcomes determinism without noumena?
  73. Kant's Ethics: Inclination mutually exclusive to acting from duty?
  74. What is loose philosophy and what is dense philosophy. What is the difference?

  75. How ethical is it for program not to pursue its purpose?

  76. What is the main message Kierkegaard is trying to deliver in his suicidal quote?

  77. Is it a fallacy to argue or morally judge by treating earlier and later times as if in the same present?

  78. Free will is just an illusion?

  79. Is there a name for the ethical and unethical response that arises from the juxtaposition of "wealth" and poverty?
  80. The moral Vs the ethical

  81. Is it philosophically tenable to refuse a universal moral system?
  82. A fallacious argument by the consequentialist, true or false?
  83. Is there a point to arguing about the meaning of words?
  84. According to Kant, Is it ethical to prevent someone acting unethically against ones self?

  85. Do Non Vegetarians not have rights to mourn morally if their beloved ones are killed?
  86. Ethics of Genetically Modified Organisms
  87. Is it ok to exterminate species if it is 'invasive'?

  88. What are some arguments for that humans are more important than animals?

  89. Kill the last of a species to save one child?
  90. What is Hegelian dialectic of good and evil and how does it relate to binary opposition in structuralism?
  91. Does Aquinas believe the first principle of human action is self-love as friendship or as concupiscence?

  92. Are drugs and addiction in general bad, a priori?
  93. Exploring potential relationships between logical behavior and moral scrutiny

  94. Is it ever acceptable to go by the principle of "guilty until proven innocent"?
  95. Is killing one evil person as bad as killing millions of innocents?

  96. Should I vote for what is best for me or what is best for others?

  97. Absolute Rules in Ethics

  98. Why is invasion of privacy necessarily a bad thing?

  99. Does one ought to be ethical?

  100. What questions are required to sufficently define an ethical system?