My Review of James Manzi
By Arnold Kling
is out in National Review (dead tree edition a couple weeks ago, on line now). Reihan Salam calls Manzi’s work “the most important book of 2012.” As you know, I think that honor belongs to Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind, but I am pretty high on Manzi, too. I write,
The ideas in this book are important, and I think it belongs on the syllabus of graduate programs and high‑level undergraduate programs in social science and public policy.