#morality

Politics | Op-Ed

Factually Incorrect Cannot Be Morally Correct

A few weeks ago, the Fresh Face of the Democratic Party, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., gave one of the great defenses in the history of politics.

Psychology | Personality

Moral Outrage Can Backfire When It Goes Viral - Pacific Standard

As negative comments accumulate, they start to come across as bullying—even if they're justified.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Sex, contraception and morality -- The Catholic Church gave us wise advice 50 years ago | Fox News

Commentators on the 50th year anniversary of Humanae vitae are likely to express dismay that the Catholic Church still clings to such an outdated doctrine.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Polluted Air Can Cloud Your Morality, Lead To Unethical Behavior - Study Finds

The findings of a recent study show that exposure to air pollution, or even just the belief that you've been exposed to polluted air whether you have or not, can compromise a person's sense of morality.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Moral Injury in the Context of War: National Center for PTSD

Describes moral injury and its aftermath in the context of war. Explains the relationship between moral injury and PTSD and presents treatment implications.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

A Criminal Trait in the Refusal to Wait?

What type of questionable conduct early in life reliably predicts criminality? One answer, as a recent research paper shows, is heavy “time discounting.”

Health & Fitness | Health Articles

Is Our Identity in Intellect, Memory or Moral Character?

A new paper looking at Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases finds a surprising answer to where our identity lies.

Advice & Self-Help | Empowering Tools for Growth

Why Be Happy? - YouTube

Dennis Prager talks about one of humanity's biggest pursuits--happiness. It's mentioned in the Declaration of Independence. Therapists and psychologists (and...

Politics | Op-Ed

Moral equivalence is usually moral negligence | Mobile Washington Examiner

Efforts to proclaim moral equivalence are not always misguided; sometimes each side is equally at fault or close enough. But these efforts are often misguided and unhelpful -- and sometimes harmful. Throughout my life, there has been an increasing trend t