The Vagaries of Moral Progress

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called the vagaries of moral progress.

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The Vagaries of Moral Progress (1)
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (2): Women’s Rights in Iran
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (3): To Hang or Not to Hang in Sri Lanka
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (4): Equal Rights Vigilantes
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (5): Dubious Motivation For Tolerance
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (6): Capital Punishment in Saudi Arabia
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (7): Women’s Right to Vote
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (8): Educating Girls in Afghanistan
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (9): It’s a Living
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (10): Ramadan Compliant Force-Feeding
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (11): How Easy It Is To Believe In Moral Progress When There Is None
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (12): Gender Equality, East and West
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (13): 1 in 8 Americans Still Disapproves of Interracial Marriage
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (14): UK Tories in 1964 vs UK Tories in 2013
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (15): Manual Labor by Women
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (16): Teaching Criminals a “Lesson”
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (17): Anti-Miscegenation, Then and Now
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (18): Bringing Back the Guillotine
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (19): Afghanistan, 1967 vs 2007
The Vagaries of Moral Progress (20): Gender Equality and Children’s Rights in Iraq

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