In the dog days of summer, we might as well do another reader poll, this time on the best or most important books in ethics over the last two centuries--no living authors are on the list, just the departed greats. No doubt I've omitted something worthy, but such is internet polling science. Have fun! We'll discuss the results next week.
UPDATE: An alert reader caught the first error: Habermas, who has a book in the poll, is no youngster, but he is quite alive! Apologies to Professor Habermas!