A Brief Reply to Carson Strong
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 2006 June; 16(2): 195-197
Carson Strong's reply to my response to his article demonstrates what happens when there is unacknowledged disagreement about the facts of a case or about the meaning of the terms used to describe those facts. I hope that our dialogue will help reduce this disagreement.
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