C.S. Lewis & the Art of Disagreement

By |2020-02-07T02:50:45-06:00December 15th, 2016|Categories: C.S. Lewis, Christian Humanism, Classical Education, England, History, Liberal Arts, Liberal Learning, Literature, Oxford University|

C.S. Lewis would not allow disagreement to become personal. He could always distinguish the man from the man’s opinion, and he knew the difference between an argument and a quarrel. Truth was ultimately at stake, and truth mattered to him… As a fellow of one of the colleges at the University of Oxford, I have [...]