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Since May, professors Anthony Appiah (pictured above, left) and Kenji Yoshino (right) have comprised two of the three New York Times Magazine Ethicists, who respond every Sunday to readers’ quandaries over right and wrong. The philosopher and the constitutional scholar, respectively, have wrestled with recent queries such as:
What should I do about a nanny who drinks?
Can I change my name to avoid job discrimination?
Do another woman’s marriage vows bind me?
Should I respond to my mechanic’s racist poster?