Author: Michael D. Aeschliman
Shaw, Scientism, and Darwinism
George Bernard Shaw’s positive criterion by which to measure and ridicule folly and vice was fatally ambiguous, eclectic, and inconstant.
Darwinism as the Root Problem of Modernity
Shaw and Chesterton believed that the acceptance of Darwinism made it impossible to resist social Darwinism, plutocracy, imperialism, racialism, and militarism.
Shaw, Chesterton, and the Critique of Darwinism
Chesterton was a friend of Shaw but also an ideological opponent, who often debated with him on public stages.
That Hideous Strength — C. S. Lewis’s Fantasia of Consciousness at 75
The novel is a narrative, fictional version of a philosophical anatomy of the satanic dimension and implication of much modern history from 1914 onwards.