Walter Kaufmann committed his existence to exploring the non secular implications of literary and philosophical texts. Deeply skeptical in regards to the human and ethical beneﬁts of recent secularism, he additionally criticized the search for simple task pursued via dogma. Kaufmann observed a threat of lack of authenticity in what he defined as unjustiﬁed retreats into the previous. it is a compilation of signiﬁcant texts on spiritual notion that he chosen and brought.
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