I return to the Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis again and again because in it Lewis saw with such prophetic clarity the grave direction of the modern/post-modern philosophical current. 783 more words
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In The Abolition of Man, C.S. Lewis writes of the “tao,” a universal sense of morality humans all seem to have naturally. Borrowing a term from taoism, Lewis argues that the core similarities in all human expectation of fairness shows that we have some absolutely morality. 541 more words
Winston Hottman and Professor Bill Watson discuss the practical implications of C. S. Lewis’s classic, The Abolition of Man.
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