Stealing Ethics

Of philosophy books at academic libraries, ethics books are more likely to be stolen than non-ethics books. Or, borrowed pending their comprehension? The Splintered Mind provides a slightly more comprehensive analysis of the phenomenon than you’d expect to find, probably.

(originally by way of Bookslut; Splintered Mind: “Still More Data on the Theft of Ethics Books,” by Eric Schwitzgebel [Jan 8, 2007])