I can't abide this bloke. Even when he's on sure ground, like when attacking this £18k university, he mucks it up.http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree ... f-comments
He doesn't like Grayling, you see. He reaches the end of the article without noticing he's not contributed anything to the main issue- ie whether this is indeed the thin end of a nasty wedge. His eruditeness says "might be", which anyone could say.
He doesn't like Dawkins either.http://www.lrb.co.uk/v28/n20/terry-eagl ... ispunching
Not that I think The God Delusion is that good, but that review is incomprehensible in parts. See also Grayling's response- perhaps not unconnected to the current article.