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Especially since the review started out so deliciously. A review of Rosenberg would also be cool. Did you already read my post reviewing Rosenberg, linked above?
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I go into those arguments in a lot more detail than I did with Carrier. I saw the Rosenberg one later, but for some reason it was not all that entertaining… I guess I have forgotten much of what Rosenberg wrote. I kind of think Rosenberg might be having a bit of a joke, but Carrier is deadly, earnestly, obnoxiously, self-righteously serious, so going after him would be more worthwhile and entertaining.
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