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, Adrian Walsh and Tony Lynch 2008, The Morality of Money, PALGRAVE MACMILLAN,New York
This project began five years ago, when we came to the realisation that money itself had not been subject to the kind of critical philosophical examination that many other social phenomena have enjoyed. It was written primarily in an old shed on the outskirts of the village of Uralla with one of us (alternatively) at the keyboard and the other pacing up and down. The tone of the book reflects in many ways the environment in which it was written. We would like to thank our respective colleagues in the Philosophy Discipline at the University of New England and at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne for encouragement and support. We are especially grateful to Peter Forrest, Anthony Fisher, Rutger Claasen, Constant Mews, Matthew Maxwell and Graham Maddox for their helpful comments on the earlier versions of the manuscript. Any mistakes or infelicities are, of course, entirely of our own making. We are grateful to Philosophy and the Australasian Journal of Philosophy for allowing us to make use of material which was previously published in their issues. We would also like to thank the editorial staff at Palgrave Macmillan, in particular Dan Bunyard,Melanie Blair and Priyanka Pathak, for their assistance in bringing the project to realisation. Finally, we would like to thank our families and partners for their understanding and patience whilst we have beenengaged in this work.
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