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This book is densely written and merits -- maybe requires -- multiple readings.
This is an excellent - and eminently readable - book I recommend to anyone interested in thinking about some of life's deeper questions.
Not while human beings still possess mind and free will, which they will possess as long as they remain truly human!
Regardless of if you agree he brings many ideas that are worth pondering.Published 12 days ago by joan tasber
"Modern man is a moral idiot" -- our obsession with particulars has not made us better, inherently. Worthy message for our time.Published 1 month ago by Isaiah McPeak
Richard Weaver is an excellent writer ... very quotable.
Two companion pieces I'd recommend along with this work are: 'The Quest for Community' by Robert A. Read more
I have just reviewed Our Church instead of Ideas Have Consequences by Richard Weaver, so sorry. As to Richard Weaver, his book should be read as a MUST, it is an intellectual,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ewa borkowska
This is a deeply considered, snarling look at the decline in western values as of the mid-20th century. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Samuel J. Sharp
Written in 1948, this work reads like it was written yesterday. The same warnings apply, yet the opportunity for correction is extraordinarily grim. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Newland
The book arrived in very good condition, and it promises to be an essential book to understanding the problems we have today. Every library should have a copy.Published 9 months ago by moffattk
This is a very interesting book. It was recommended by a professor in my first college course- worldviews. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amanda Heeren
I had a copy of this book, but "Fanny," our new puppy, decided she'd shred it. So, I had to get a new copy. Thanks for the quick service. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stephen E. Bennett