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The media informs, entertains, and connects us. It is woven into the fabric of politics. Its increasing immediacy has become an inescapable feature of almost everybody's life. We are, at the same time, subject to the media and participants in it. The ethical questions it raises have never been more urgent. Trust is in short supply, but we need to share information while dealing with problems like misinformation, disinformation, and echo chambers. And what responsibilities fall on the state, and on other actors such as artists, advertisers, and social media users, as we reckon with endemic…mehr

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The media informs, entertains, and connects us. It is woven into the fabric of politics. Its increasing immediacy has become an inescapable feature of almost everybody's life. We are, at the same time, subject to the media and participants in it. The ethical questions it raises have never been more urgent. Trust is in short supply, but we need to share information while dealing with problems like misinformation, disinformation, and echo chambers. And what responsibilities fall on the state, and on other actors such as artists, advertisers, and social media users, as we reckon with endemic problems like racism, sexism, and classism?

The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy and Media Ethics is an outstanding survey and assessment of this vitally important field. Comprising thirty chapters written by an international team of contributors, the Handbook is divided into five parts:

  • Freedom of Speech, Privacy, and Censorship
  • The News Media
  • Broadening the Scope: Giving Other Aspects of the Media their Due
  • Justice, Power, and Representation
  • Vice and Virtue Online


The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy and Media Ethics is essential reading for students and researchers in philosophy, media and communication studies, politics, and law, as well as practising media professionals and journalists.


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Carl Fox is a lecturer in the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied (IDEA) Centre at the University of Leeds, UK. He works on a range of topics in political philosophy, with a special focus on the ethics of the public sphere. Along with Joe Saunders, he co-edited Media Ethics, Free Speech, and the Requirements of Democracy (2019). Joe Saunders is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Durham University, UK. He works on ethics and agency in Kant and the post-Kantian tradition, as well as media ethics and the philosophy of love. With Carl Fox he previously edited the 2019 Routledge collection, Media Ethics, Free Speech, and the Requirements of Democracy.