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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics - Part III, Essays 1 - 9, 'Bulverism', First and Second Things, The Sermon and the Lunch, The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment, Xmas and Christmas, Delinquents in the Snow, Is Progress Possible?, We Have No 'Right to Happiness' Summary & Analysis

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Essay 1, "Bulverism" opens with a discussion of how Freudianism and Marxism have encouraged the inquiring mind to look not at what most men regard as true, but why they regard it as true, whether it be due to complex or economic interest. They cannot say, though, that all thoughts are tainted by these mechanisms else they undercut their own positions. Some of what we believe must be true, after all. Further, you must explain that a man...

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