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Feuerbach vs C.S. Lewis
The human race is controlled by the desire to do what is right. People will consistently defend their actions by arguing that those actions do not really contradict a basic standard of behavior, or they will say that they violated their standards for good reasons. But they always tend to say that these things that we do can be explained. When we start making excuses for our actions then we do not feel good about what we have done. In Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis discusses the objective norms that people appeal to and by which they expect others to also abide by. Lewis claims that alth…
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