Monday, February 14, 2005
Cannot the NYT
just give up its faded etiquette and start naming names? This is the latest coy circumlocution, in an unfortunately titled review of a new book called "On Bullshit," "Between Truth and Lies, An Unprintable Ubiquity": "Harry G. Frankfurt, 76, is a moral philosopher of international reputation and a professor emeritus at Princeton. He is also the author of a book recently published by the Princeton University Press that is the first in the publishing house's distinguished history to carry a title most newspapers, including this one, would find unfit to print. The work is called 'On Bull - - - - .'"