This review by the great Elijah Millgram is utterly irresponsible--it makes no effort to review the contents of the volume reviewed. It manages to mention as many Mighty Dead (Nozick, Williams) as chapter contributors, whose contributions are not discussed (with the exception of Carol Rovane's position). But this is not to deny that Millgram's narrative does not call attention to what I take to be an important issue:
Our present ways of thinking are what is reconstructed by conceptual analysis, and it appears that they do not equip us to handle the urgent practical demands faced by a society of experts and specialists [who do not share conceptual frameworks--ES]. Consequently, the solution to the philosophical problems posed by recent technological and economic development will not be provided by conceptual analysis: a methodological shift of key will be needed, to inventing new solutions to new problems, as opposed to retelling and clarifying the old solutions our ancestors devised to older problems long ago.