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Ethical Philosophy: Anti-Enlightenment Movements, Past and Present

From: Richard M.
Sent on: Saturday, September 22, 2012 4:16 PM


There is always somebody opposed to science, reason, education, etc.

 

Sunday morning we will review the values of the Enlightenment period [masked]) and the movements that denounced it then and those that denounce it now.

Download 1-Counter Enlightenment.doc from MORE, FILES in the top center of the Meetup site.

 

Why?  This upcoming election is clearly a struggle between enlightenment and counter-enlightenment values.

 

Richard

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