A Treatise on Right and Wrong
by H. L. Mencken

A devastating analysis of Catholicism. It is skeptical, witty, urbane, scholarly, humane, intelligent, and well written. He notes three sources of moral thought: (1) revelation, (2) instinct, and (3) reason. He shows a preference for reason.

Year Read: 1974

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