Why We Can Get Along

Neuhaus, Richard John
February 1996
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1996, Issue 60, p27
Comments on an article written by Stanley Fish, Arts and Science professor of law at Duke University in North Carolina, regarding the trivialization of religious discourse in the context of liberal rationalism. Impact of the rules of liberal discourse on any claims of truth; Information on liberalism or liberal regime; Faith of Saint Augustine according to the book "The Christian Philosophy of Saint Augustine," by Etienne Gilson.


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