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A Preface to Morals>A Preface eBook concept of the League of Nations A Preface to Morals endorses liberal democracy Partial Contents Part I The Dissolution of the Ancestral Order; Part II The Foundations of Humanism; and Part III The Genius of Modernity..

A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 Walter Lippmann was an American intellectual writer reporter and political commentator who gained notoriety for being among the first to introduce the concept of Cold War Lippmann was twice awarded and a A Preface eBook ✓ Pulitzer Prize for his syndicated newspaper column Today and Tomorrow.

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  • Szplug

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsLippmann—who was an important American intellectual in the early half of the Twentieth Century but has now almost entirely been forgotten—penned this impassioned and well thought out primer for his favored brand of Humanism a doctrine that might provide a livable code and spiritual comfort for those who—like Lippmann—were disillusioned and disturbed by both the atheistic sanguinary and destructive fervor of the Marxist revolutionary movements and the empty purposeless gnawing within the broad swath of liberal scions of the Enlightenment or the Progressive brand of society shapers Whilst admitting that such as he could no longer feign belief in the Christian God Lippmann sought to provide a means to deal with the spiritual rawness left by such agnosticity without succumbing to nihilism or receding into r


  • James

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsWalter Lippmann was an influential journalist and political theorist of the twentieth century A Preface to Morals his most well known and influential book was first published in 1929 I was introduced to Lippmann in the late sixties when the Time Reading Program included this book in its offerings In it Lippmann argues that in modern society traditional religious faith has los


  • Graham Laur

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsClassic study of secular morality


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    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsThis was an old book when I was young and first found it in a used book shop in Columbia Missouri I read it thru back then and I remember t


  • Rita Marie

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsI was led to read Walter Lippmann by another book From Liberty to Magnolia a memoir by Janice S Ellis A great admirer of Lippmann Dr Ellis had a lot to say about him and his writings in her memoir T


  • Ella

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsI find Walter Lippman intriguing insightful and deeply disturbing This is an interesting view of history after WWI and the effects of Modernism


  • David Alexander

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsThe unlovely uality of much modern religiosity is due to these doubts So much of it's belief is synthetic It is forced made insisted upon because it is no longer simple and inevitable The angry absurdities which fundamentalists propound against 'evolution' are not often due to their confidence in the inspiration of the Bible They are due to lack of confidence to doubt resisted like an annoying tune which a man cannot shake out of his head For if the militant fundamentalists were utterly sure they are right they would exhibit some of that composure which the truly devout display Did they really trust their God they would trust laws politicians and policemen less But because their whole field of consciousness is trembling with uncertainties they are in a state of fret and fuss; their preaching is frousy like the seductions of an old couette Walter Lippmann A Preface to Morals 1929


  • Michael Holm

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsA Preface To Morals by Walter Lippmann 1929The reader this book addresses is a skeptic of any theistic fundamentalist religion which prescribes morality In Part I Lippmann does comment occasionally on problems that a fundamentalist view of Christianity has for him but primarily he tries to sh


  • Bruce Deming

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsI read excerpts of this book from which my father sat down and typed out about 16 pages of the text as some of it resonated deeply with his own thoughts on wrestling with ideas on humanism and morals philosophy and religion Perhaps it was in the 1980's that I received this in the mail from himLater i picked up the book in a used bookstore and browsed trhough ab it of it myselfThe basic point I believe is be good to one another and do the right thing Not a bad ideaI am not sure he specifies what those right things a


  • Dan Yates

    A Preface to Morals Read & download ↠ 102 A Preface to MoralsI read this book right out of college at about 2223 years old I didn't understand all of it at the time but it got me started down the path of radical atheism It's a tough read but I recommend it to those serious about moral atheism It was written in the 30's but is still startlingly relevant