In the exquisite prose style that was profound and perceptive, Pater has united philosophy, truth and moral values. He draws the portrait of a young man whose quest for truth takes him from Stoicism to Cyrenaicism to Epicurianism and finally to Christianity. The book imparts the idea that ethical traditions of religion are important as they are the only civilizing influences on society.
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October 25, 2007
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