News and brain candy for the philosophy community
Trade has been essential to human existence since, well, the dawn of human existence and yet we still haven’t completely navigated the philosophical boundaries and regulations on trade. It’s true that trade has evolved with society and policy throughout the years but philosophers still ask the question, what can be traded and with whom? James Christensen in his article, “Weapons, Security, and Oppression: A Normative Study of International Arms Transfers” debates the ethical considerations of International trade, more specifically of the arms trade. Read his article Free here.