Ethical reflections are focused pieces of writing aiming to make people really think about matters of ethical importance. Contributions are invited that address matters of practical concern in which questions of value are important.
They should aim to engage, inform and challenge readers to engage with a problem, or an 'uneasy' ethical issue. The best ethical reflections often address issues in relation to which it is not clear what would be the right course of action, the right decision or the morally right position to hold, even if the writer has a definite view.
Reflections must be exactly 200 words long, and presented as two paragraphs. Contributions should be sent to Gavin Fairbairn.