The Philosophers' Magazine 48 (48):73-80 (2010)

Ronald Aronson
Wayne State University
One of the paradoxes of the Culture War is that opposites conspire with each other against the rest of us. We are offered an impoverished, narrow conception of reason and knowledge, proposing a stark choice to the rest of us: approach life’s important questions through science, or turn to religion. This was a false choice two hundred years ago, and it remains so today
Keywords Applied Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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DOI 10.5840/tpm201048135
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