Humanity’s Rush toward Self-destruction as Described in C.S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man- Linny Dey
This lecture will explain the case made by C.S. Lewis in The Abolition of Man against subjectivism, the belief that ideas about good and evil are merely subjective opinions or feelings. Lewis shows how subjectivism followed to its logical conclusion leads to the destruction of society and the end of man as anything more than a bit of mere nature to be manipulated by whoever has the most power. The lecture will show how Lewis illustrated these premises in his novel That Hideous Strength.
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