I was looking for some critical reviews, I thought this one was pretty good:http://readingsubtly.blogspot.com/2012/ ... athan.html
He addresses some of the points we have discussed already. I thought this was a good point, responding to Haidt's argument that "liberals" have too narrow a view of morality (the reviewer wants to defend liberalism and reason):
"the need to consider diverse beliefs—the pluralism that Haidt extolls—is precisely the impetus behind the efforts ethicists make to pare down the list of moral considerations."
He also reminded me that Kahneman's book, Thinking, Fast and Slow
, would be a good follow-up read, that was on my list.