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Nihilism: The Root of the Revolution of the Modern Age (original 1994; edition 2001)

by Seraphim Rose (Author), Eugene Rose (Author)

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Fr. Seraphim Rose brings a religious perspective to the greatest issue of our day: nihilism, or the belief that all truth is relative. From the communism of Lenin and Stalin to the fascism of Hitler and Mussolini or the restlessness and despair of contemporary youth, ethical relativism distorts our cultural values. Nihilism examines this trend with compassion and unflinching courage, pointing the way toward a solution to the problem that afflicts -- and often seems to define -- the modern age.… (more)
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Fr. Seraphim Rose brings a religious perspective to the greatest issue of our day: nihilism, or the belief that all truth is relative. From the communism of Lenin and Stalin to the fascism of Hitler and Mussolini or the restlessness and despair of contemporary youth, ethical relativism distorts our cultural values. Nihilism examines this trend with compassion and unflinching courage, pointing the way toward a solution to the problem that afflicts -- and often seems to define -- the modern age.

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