Enlightenment Then; Skepticism Now

David Ball has offered one of the most cogent assesments. “The great writers of the caricatured, were mostly skeptics at heart. They had a taste for irony, an appreciation of paradox, and took delight in wit. They appreciated complexity, rarely shied away from difficulty, and

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/our-subjective-well-being/201803/enlightenment-then-skepticism-now

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