The Abolition of Man By C.S. Lewis
(23) Why does Lewis think the old kind of men are more likely to be abolished under the present system of education than at any other time in previous history?
(24) “If you will not obey the Tao, or else commit suicide, obedience to impulse (and therefore in the long run, to mere ‘nature’) is the only course left open.” What would be the consequences of attempting to follow this course (i.e. acting simply on impulse)? (25) “If the eugenics are efficient enough there will be no second revolt.” Do you find Lewis’ chilling vision of a conditioned society plausible?
(26) “Outside the Tao there is no ground for criticizing either the Tao or anything else.” How does Lewis justify this?
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