My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Lewis famously defended Christianity by appealing to the universal moral law in Mere Christianity. In The Abolition of Man, he argues that modern thought denies the existence of the moral law, which he calls the Tao. He makes a compelling argument that educational and scientific programs that detach themselves from the moral law do not liberate but actually enslave people. At under 100 pages, it’s worth reading to see if you agree.