Wednesday, January 29, 2003

David Neiwart takes on moral clarity. There is one thing to keep in mind about this term: it doesn't explicitly make clear that it is talking about "good" moral clarity. Indeed, those who repeat it seem to think that clarity is, in and of itself, a moral stand irrespective of the thing that one is being clear about. Charlie Manson had a certain moral clarity as well. (counting the minutes until someone accuses me of saying that Manson and Bush are morally equivalent)


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