Re: [OPE-L] Ajit Sinha's Letter of Resignation

From: Ian Hunt (ian.hunt@FLINDERS.EDU.AU)
Date: Wed Nov 14 2007 - 16:41:08 EST

I am sorry to have been unwittingly involved in some posts that
provoked Ajit to resign.  Ajit has been a thought provoking
contributor to the list so I am sorry to see him go. I am unaware of
the background as I avoid posts that look like personal disputes.

>  > There is my question: are there corne stones in the history of
>the reception of Adam
>>  Smith's Wealth of Nations, which must  be taken in the account if
>>I wanted to produce
>>  a paper on how Smith's work has been used and misused?
>That's a good question, one that Ajit could have replied to since he was
>quite knowledgeable on that topic.   Unfortunately, he is no longer on the
>list for reasons he made crystal clear earlier today.
>In solidarity, Jerry

Associate Professor Ian Hunt,
Dept  of Philosophy, School of Humanities,
Director, Centre for Applied Philosophy,
Flinders University of SA,
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