On the Significance of Science and Art
Leo Tolstoy's On the Significance of Science and Art is a compelling work by one of the world's most influential moral philosophers. Tolstoy critiques the art and science of the nineteenth century and asserts that they are based on coercion and violence. He preaches that Christianity and faith should instead form the fabric of society and intellectual life.
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On the Significance of Science and Art: Easyread Large Bold Edition
Limited preview - 2009