Restoring man’s image is functionally equivalent to restoring the tradition of great thought and great writing.
Estranged from God, both art and science become incoherent babble, sliding toward an obsession with the prurient lure of triumphant evil.
Science, the dominant way of knowing of our age, now finds itself caught between a rock and (very) hard place.
Unlike many of his academic colleagues, Lukacs did not stand in awe and wonder of Charles Darwin.
Keas describes the surprisingly religious role played by much atheistic science fiction. The discussion includes 2001: A Space Odyssey and H.G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds.