For centuries, humanistic philosophers have produced an endless array of books and treatises that attempt rationalize man and his thought processes without acknowledging God, the mediatory work of Jesus, or man’s sin. God holds all such efforts in derision and subjects their authors and adherents to futility. Philosophers who rebel against God are compelled to abandon meaning itself, for they possess neither the tools nor the place to anchor it.
In The Death of Meaning, Rushdoony clearly articulates each major philosopher’s position and its implications, identifying the intellectual and moral consequences of each school of thought and tracing the dead end to which each naturally leads. This penetrating volume provides clear guidance, even for laymen unfamiliar with philosophy.
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