Iris Murdoch

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Bucknell University Press, 1974 - Literary Collections - 85 pages
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Contents

The Accomplishment
13
The Red and the Green
51
3 The Irish Connection
70
Selected Bibliography
80
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Page 17 - ... dogmas, images, and precepts of religion have lost much of their power. We have not recovered from two wars and the experience of Hitler. We are also the heirs of the Enlightenment, Romanticism, and the Liberal tradition. These are the elements of our dilemma: whose chief feature, in my view, is that we have been left with far too shallow and flimsy an idea of human personality.

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