With amorality in art, we tend to single out the wrong things to get upset about.
"...the mind extends into the world and augments the capacities of the biological brain with outside-the-brain resources."
How to seek out stories that intelligently confront the moral complexity of the 21st century.
"moral action is also, inevitably, practical action, and immoral action is inevitably impractical..."
On the difference between thinking and worrying, and on worrying as a virtue signal.
"The very ordinariness of human life seemed a kind of original sin, the sin of not being extraordinary enough to recognize and resist evil."
What if someone Did Something Bad with a creation of yours?
In re: "Trying to find absolute rights and wrongs is a trick we play on ourselves to feel comfortable."
"My problems are bigger than yours" is always a bad argument.
Let's gaze into something other than the abyss - but not our navels either.
On George R. R. Martin and repentance.
Why "Man of Steel"'s Superman is a little more interesting, and problematic, than you might expect. (Warning: spoilers.)
On love being the highest law.