What We Can’t Not Know

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J. Budziszewskiís newest book is about the lost world of common truthsówhat we all really know about right and wrong. We are passing through an eerie phase of history. The things that everyone really knows are treated as unheard of, and the principles of decency are attacked as indecent. Exposing the emptiness of contemporary moral fashions, Budziszewski explores the rules of human conduct that we canít not know. Budziszewskiís purpose is to “bolster the confidence of plain people in the rational foundations of their common moral sense.” He shows that certain moral truthsó”as real as arithmetic”óare part of the equipment of a rational mind. They are not only true for all, but at some level known to all. Yet, paradoxically, they are under attack. He explains why. Addressing “the persuaded, the half-persuaded, and the wish-I-were-persuaded,” Budziszewski shows the unanimity of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish traditions about these common truths. But what about the unpersuade

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