Tag: The Restoration of Man
Michael D. Aeschliman on C. S. Lewis and Scientism
Scientism claims that science alone dictates the truth, although this system of thought depends on non-scientific reasons to come to such a conclusion.
Aeschliman on Three Great Authors Critiquing Scientism
These include the philosopher Blaise Pascal, who showed that scientific knowledge on its own could never be sufficient for being fully human.
Aeschliman on C. S. Lewis, Scientism, and the Restoration of Man
As Michael D. Aeschliman notes, Lewis powerfully illustrated the shortcomings and dangers of scientism in his final Space Trilogy novel.
Recognizing the “Transformative” Impact of Barzun’s Darwin, Marx, Wagner, Eighty Years Later
Literary critic M. D. Aeschliman sketches the intellectual evolution that connects Barzun with later Darwin critics. The latest is Stephen Meyer.
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.