Was C. S. Lewis an enemy of science? The apparent answer to this question is no.
Lewis’s deep suspicion of modernist educational projects, subjectivism about morality, and progressive scientific planning animates these lectures.
In Julian Savulescu’s view, rapidly advancing brain science will provide some of the data necessary to shaping a better human race.
What was possible for Mark Studdock — the realization that much of contemporary civilization is built on lies — is still possible for any thoughtful person.
Here, Professor C. John Collins of Covenant Theological Seminary explains Lewis’s critique of scientific planning.