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A Refutation of Moral Relativism: Interviews with &hellip by Peter Kreeft
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In terms of craft, this is a pretty thin piece of work. Kreeft probably thinks he's walking some kind of tightrope of "political correctness" by pitting an ethical "relativist" (Liberal! Black! Feminist!) against a Palestinian ethical "absolutist." This supposed practicing Muslim philosopher is curiously reluctant to cite the Koran and curiously eager to quote Jesus and Socrates. I think there's one mention of Mohammed by name in the book, but without an index, I can't be certain. It's as though Kreeft is so tangled in his Catholic beliefs that he's afraid of earning afterworldly demerits by putting realistic words in the mouth of his character. It would have been better had he dropped the… Read more