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