Here’s a link to a review of Critical Decisions published in a journal called Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. The reviewer had some nice things to say, but felt it wasn’t theoretical enough for his liking. Not surprising given that I wrote the book for a general audience, and not for an academic one. But this kind of review does motivate me to try to write some more spin-off articles, aimed at academic audiences, to go into some of the theoretical issues I raise in Critical Decisions in a more thorough, and academic manner. Good to remember in the meantime: writers have to know their audience. And my goal in writing Critical Decisions was to reach a broad one, not just an academic one.