Ideas Have Consequences

Ideas Have Consequences by Richard M. Weaver, first published in 1948, offers powerful and intriguing suggestions in startlingly clear perspectives on our contemporary Western culture. Having lost a “metaphysical dream” to materialism and “factuality” we are faced with both threat and promise. We might do well to reclaim deep and communal values.

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