The Abolition Of Man Cs Lewis Analysis

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The Abolition of Man, by CS Lewis, is a book that describes the ideas of how power is used over the units by humanity. CS Lewis idea might become truth, and we, as humans, should put more attention to this idea. The book contained three parts; the three different parts show the importance of ethics and the absolute harmony with natural order in the universe. In the first paragraph of The Abolition of Man, men without chests, Lewis describes how different books show that schoolboys do not need to express their emotions. For example, they call a waterfall “sublime;” this can express a sentiment that one feels the attraction for the object, and the author of the book stated that it was not correct for anyone to express the feelings or to seek an excellent education. One will need to eliminate some emotions and express other. The authors of the “upper forms of schools,” like “the Green book,” let stand just the emotions that they will allow their pupils to learn and indirectly try to take the “bad emotions.” The second part shows the willing of other people to…show more content…
It is fascinating because we are partially being control by our government and society. We must have to live the way our predecessors thought it was best. Also, we can affect the next generation by the way we act, and we will use our power to make the next generation behave in the way we want them to behave. In conclusion, The Abolition of Man is a great book how we, humans, see the reality of our world. We try to conquer the nature, and we might get close to accomplish this goal. In the end, we are just setting the procedure for other people to follow and to enslave the next generation with our power. The Abolition of Man is a book that opens the different perspectives of different views of our
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