Updated: Michael D. Aeschliman’s 1983 book, “The Restoration of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Continuing Case against Scientism”

"There is a double surprise in store for Aeschliman’s readers. It is alarming to learn how the rise and growth of a scientific culture has been linked with the most blatant subjectivism. It is a joy to be introduced to the 'great central tradition' of witnesses to the true meaning of words and defenders of human reason." - National Review

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Alas, not available in audio, but you can get it in paperback or Kindle…

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