If I may engage in (more) shameless self-promotion, I'd like to mention a book symposium on my collection, MY WAY: ESSAYS ON MORAL RESPONSIBILITY in the January 2010 issue of Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Thank you so much to Calvin Normore, Randy Clarke, and Gideon Yaffe for wonderful, thoughtful, and generous critiques.
Also, thanks to everyone for leaving out the following thought, quoted from Sunday's NY Times article on the "My Way Killings":
“ ‘I did it my way’ — it’s so arrogant,” Mr. Albarracin said. “The lyrics evoke feelings of pride and arrogance in the singer, as if you’re somebody when you’re really nobody. It covers up your failures. That’s why it leads to fights.”