Brian Leiter (Chicago): The Boundaries of the Moral (and Legal) Community. Jesse Graham, Sena Koleva, and Ravi Iyer (USC), Jonathan Haidt (NYU), Matt Motyl (Virginia), and Sean P. Wojcik and Peter H. Ditto (UC-Irvine): Moral Foundations Theory: The Pragmatic Validity of Moral Pluralism. J. David Velleman (NYU): Foundations for Moral Relativism. Etienne de Villiers (Pretoria): The Distinctiveness of Christian Morality: Reflections After 30 Years. Matthew H. Kramer (Cambridge): The Nature of Evil. Which comes first, morality or religion? Mary Warnock on Godless morality. Diana Schaub reviews Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics by Robert C. Bartlett and Susan D. Collins. Timothy Schroeder reviews Ethics Without Morals: In Defence of Amorality by Joel Marks. Experiments of living: Philip Kitcher on an ethical stance for the human future. Are babies born good? New research offers surprising answers to the age-old question of where morality comes from. Subjectivism, egalitarianism, and relativism: Edward Cline on the nihilism of the new relativity. Is it morally acceptable to kill zombies? E.J. George on a theoretical proposal in positing a moral framework for killing zombies.