Don’t Move Fast, Don’t Break Things

"Move fast and break things," is an idea that started with Facebook, and yet, has become a philosophy for many tech companies and is in some ways demanded by the market which functions on the whims of venture capitalists who see two options: get in early, or fail. Moving fast, by itself does not seem… Continue reading Don’t Move Fast, Don’t Break Things

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With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

I've spoken before about how power enters into considerations of morality- from fiduciary responsibilities, to responsibilities we have as carers and parents, to how power means that certain relationships are barred to us if we want to behave in ethical ways. Today, I want to examine some reasons we have for this, essentially why we… Continue reading With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Consent & Power Dynamics

Welcome back to your regularly scheduled Moral Guillotines: where everything is terrible all the time! Oh wait, that's just this planet. Whoops. So, in the past I've delved a little into what I termed "sexthics," but today I wanted to get more specific. In particular, I want to talk about something that some people (read:… Continue reading Consent & Power Dynamics