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The Age of Consent: The Rise of Relativism and the Corruption of Popular Culture

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Synopsis:

The vise-grip of moral relativism on American popular culture was not suddenly achieved in the 1960s. In an incisive book of unequaled historical scope, Robert H. Knight studies this alluring but poisonous philosophy's hundred-year conquest of the institutions that shape the popular mind: art, music, architecture, film, and, of course, television.

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ISBN:
9781890626266
Subtitle:
The Rise of Relativism and the Corruption of Popular Culture
Foreword:
Bauer, Gary Lee
Author:
Bauer, Gary Lee
Publisher:
Spence Publishing Company
Subject:
Ethics & Moral Philosophy
Subject:
Popular Culture
Subject:
Christian ethics
Subject:
Popular Culture - General
Publication Date:
April 2000
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
269
Dimensions:
9.05x5.99x.75 in. .87 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The vise-grip of moral relativism on American popular culture was not suddenly achieved in the 1960s. In an incisive book of unequaled historical scope, Robert H. Knight studies this alluring but poisonous philosophy's hundred-year conquest of the institutions that shape the popular mind: art, music, architecture, film, and, of course, television.
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