Who steals books on ethics?

Philosophy professor Eric Schwitzgebel has been studying whether ethicists behave more ethically than other people. So far, his research suggests that books on ethics are more likely to get stolen from the library. Mindhacks summarizes some of his theories.

I wonder if books on ethical relativism are stolen more often than books on Biblical ethics. I hope so.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *