“Should X be legal?” misses a lot of the options in any discussion, and it hides the brutality of some of the options. For instance,
Though it’s a state government leading the charge, the good justification for changing the law isn’t the one in the state’s interest. I see two
Noah Feldman wrote in response to calls to amend the US Constitution to repeal or otherwise fix the second amendment. He makes an interesting point
He’s suggesting “wild” ideas like offering very low sentences instead of caging people for extended periods of time. And recourse for people being wrongly punished.
Sometimes people create and freeze embryos. Often these people are married. Sometimes they divorce after the creation but without bringing them to term. Then sometimes