Tim Lacy’s recent thought-provoking review of George Cotkin’s book Morality’s Muddy Waters has elicited an interesting series of comments from Bill Fine. As I am home sick with a sick kid, I will defer to a conversation that is taking place on a post that certainly serves up more food for thought. Please see Tim’s original review here and Bill’s comments here. You will need to scroll down just a bit to find Bill’s comments.
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