Saturday, January 21, 2017

True multiculturalism

"You see... if one is thinking simply of goodness in the abstract, one soon reaches the fatal idea of something standardized -- some common kind of life to which all nations ought to progress. Of course, there are universal rules to which all goodness must conform. But that's only the grammar of virtue. It's not there that the sap is. He doesn't make two blades of grass the same: how much less two two saints, two nations, two angels." -- C.S. Lewis, That Hideous Strength

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