Science and Moral Life   /   Spring 2013

From the Editors

WHEN TIMES  ARE  TOUGH,  SOLUTIONS TEND  TO  BE  SIMPLE,  AT  LEAST  AS offered: get a job, get back on the horse, take this pill, work harder, spend less, follow this diet. We are counseled that “less is more,” to “keep it simple” and “just get over it.” But some problems take time to sort out. "ey do not lend themselves to a quick fix but involve extended attention of some sort—out in the world, at home, or within one’s self. A current running through this issue of The Hedgehog Review is that of the temptations and potential dangers of the quick fix.

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