By Stewart Goetz
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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