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?
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