The long march of pluralism

A reminder that the culture war has been the same, not only in principle but in detail, for at least the past quarter-century: James Hitchcock’s Competing Ethical Systems. It’s a discussion of the nature of “pluralism” and the significance of the assault on traditional sexual standards that was written in 1981 but could as easily have been written today. Quite possibly though the growing institutionalization of “gay marriage” (and conceivably Gibson’s The Passion, although that’s very speculative) may signal a new phase in the struggle.

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