What We Can't Not Know

J. Budziszewski, What We Can’t Not Know: A Guide (Spence 2003).

One of the finest books on “common truth”—the reality of moral law. Professor Budziszewski hoped to “achieve two things” through the book: First, “to bolster the confidence of plain people in the rational foundations of their common moral sense.” Second, “to present the explanation in such a way that all of the people who think and write about the common truths can achieve a firmer alliance in their defense.” He achieves both goals, and much more. This is both an introduction to apologetics through common truth and a primer on the cultural possibilities of natural law thinking.

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