A Philosophical Walking Tour with C. S. Lewis: Why it Did by Stewart Goetz

By Stewart Goetz

even though it has been virtually seventy years due to the fact Time declared C.S. Lewis one of many world's so much influential spokespersons for Christianity and fifty years considering that Lewis's loss of life, his impact is still simply as nice if now not better this day.

whereas a lot has been written on Lewis and his paintings, nearly not anything has been written from a philosophical viewpoint on his perspectives of happiness, excitement, soreness, and the soul and physique. accordingly, not anyone thus far has well-known that his perspectives on those issues are deeply fascinating and debatable, and-perhaps extra jarring-no one has but properly defined why Lewis by no means grew to become a Roman Catholic. Stewart Goetz's cautious research of Lewis's philosophical concept unearths oft-overlooked implications and demonstrates that it used to be, at its root, at odds with that of Thomas Aquinas and, thereby, the Roman Catholic Church.

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