Monday, June 18, 2012

Musings from Socrates in the City

"it is astonishing how almost every culture has some myth of paradise lost. Now, that doesn't mean it's true, but it does mean that it's in the collective unconscious, and to say that there's no truth in it at all is to be a snob. This is my fundamental argument against atheism, by the way.  If atheism is true, then the incredibly small minority of human beings - most of which are concentrated in our uprooted society - are the only ones who are wise, and everyone else is living their lives with a fundamental illusion at the center...  It doesn't prove anything, but at least it ought to give you a bit of pause."

- Dr. Peter Kreeft, Making Sense out of Suffering, Socrates in the City

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