Seeing through Pluralist Culture, Its False Freedoms and Its Inevitable Collapse
by Blair Adams
Every day we find ourselves confronted with an endless array of choices. The foods that we eat, the clothes that we wear, the type of car we drive, the music we listen to, the books we read, the products that we purchase—our options are seemingly limitless. But in a culture that demands one’s options to remain always open, can any truly meaningful decision ever be made? In an age of infinite possibilities, has even religion become a mere matter of personal preference amongst a host of equally valid opinions?
The Pluralist Illusion briefly explores some of the ways in which unexamined assumptions influence our decisions, and points to the need for a radical change in perspective if we are to be properly equipped to make real choices in the things that truly matter.