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The Death of Truth: What's Wrong With Multiculturalism, the Rejection…

by Dennis McCallum

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A book for ordinary readers who want to understand the maze of multiculturism, inclusivism, and the new postmodern diversity that daily impact us.
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A one-sided critique of Postmodernism’s affect on contemporary society, The Death of Truth decries the undermining of traditional views regarding knowledge, religion, and cultural hegemony. More specifically, McCallum analyzes the Postmodernist influence in health care, literature, education, history, psychotherapy, law, science and religion. An intriguing approach and analysis, which ultimately cannot overcome its one-sidedness D ( )
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