Giants and dwarfs: essays, 1960-1990
The author of the acclaimed #1 national bestseller The CLosing of the American Mind offers a collection of provocative essays, explaining why he is neither a conservstive nor an elist; criticizing current liberal theories of justice; analyzing the short-comings of the modern university; and exploring the works of Shakespeare, Swift, Rousseau, and Plato.
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Historicism, cultural relativism, and positivism are again criticized by Bloom as contributing to a weakening of our traditional notions about good and evil, especially when applied to political ... Read full review
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