The Arrogance of Humanism

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Oxford University Press, Feb 5, 1981 - Philosophy - 304 pages
Attacks nothing less than the currently prevailing world philosophy--humanism, which the author feels is exceedingly dangerous in its hidden assumptions.
 

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This book approaches criticism of humanism not from a religious perspective, but from a non-religious one, showing that humanism has a lot to do to make itself a viable, complete philosophy. Interesting thesis and easy writing style. Read full review

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This book approaches criticism of humanism not from a religious perspective, but from a non-religious one, showing that humanism has a lot to do to make itself a viable, complete philosophy. Interesting thesis and easy writing style. Read full review

Contents

2 Myth
23
3 Reality
55
4 Emotion and Reason
131
5 The Conservation Dilemma
175
6 Misanthropy and the Rejection of Humanism
213
7 Beyond Humanism
233
Index
281
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