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Quote of the Week: Thomas Molnar, “Utopia, the Perennial Heresy”

thomasmolnarIn his desire to start from the ‘unspoiled beginning,’ the utopian feels he must clear away what has gone before, that is, everything from the customary meaning of words to traditionally accepted authority. He feels that  he possesses a light not given to others, one not subject to the scrutiny of reason.

 

▪ Thomas Molnar, Utopia, the Perennial Heresy (Sheed and Ward, 1967) extract from page 10.

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