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In Search of The "Duh"

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

Life And Laughs

"Screwtape Proposes a Toast": A Discussion on All About Jack

Nearly two decades after the work that secured his fame as a public Christian intellectual, C.S. Lewis wrote a follow up to The Screwtape Letters… 1,631 more words

C.S. Lewis

Plato, Aristotle and the Abolition of Man

I’ve recently posted a handful of quotes from The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis detailing the subtle shift in the aim of education from the classical to the modern periods.  74 more words

Daily Reflections

More Wisdom From the Abolition of Man

During the course of the past week or two I have posted a few quotes from C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of man that seek to capture the… 360 more words

Daily Reflections

Lest We Abolish Human Nature

Another quote vital to the central logos of the Abolition of Man.  By the way, Hillsdale College faculty recently compiled a list of the ten most influential books, and yes- you guessed it,  116 more words

Daily Reflections

"The Abolition of Man" and Morality

Winston Hottman and Professor Bill Watson discuss the practical implications of C. S. Lewis’s classic, The Abolition of Man.


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The Abolition of Man (3)

Final C.S. Lewis homage. I am amazed by the penetrating contemporary insight of this 1947 book, first delivered as talks in 1942…

“To some it will appear that I am inventing a factitious difficulty for my Conditioners. 498 more words

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