One of the many things that an aging self-involved philosopher can do on a lazy Saturday afternoon during this interminable four-day weekend is to Google himself. Google, ever ready to cooperate in the more widespread pathologies, will tell you not only how many sites you appear on but whom else those who searched for you also searched for. [The degree of cross-correlating of data implied by this is staggering.]
Here is my list: Immanuel Kant, Karl Marx, Barrington Moore, Jr., John Stuart
Mill, Michael Friedman, Herbert Marcuse,
Clarence Irving Lewis, Ronald Dworkin, Willard Van Orman Quine, Georg Friedrich
Hegel, Saul Kripke, Milton Friedman.
Does anyone know whom Michael Friedman is? Hegel? How did he get in there?