"... I am at one with Dworkin in thinking that even a fully secular individual should contemplate the universe not just with curiosity and wonder but with reverence and gratitude. Still, behind me I hear a voice—a Nietzschean one, perhaps—that tells me that what Dworkin and I are looking at is no more than a penumbra, the few rays that remain in the sky after the sun of revealed religion has set. If that is so, then the coming night may be dark indeed."(via Arts & Letters Daily)
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Beyond Naturalism: On Ronald Dworkin
Michael Rosen at The Nation reviews Religion Without God, by Ronald Dworkin.