My Correct Views on Everything  

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"The Devil is part of our experience. Our generation has seen enough of it for the message to be taken extremely seriously. Evil, I contend, is not contingent, it not the absence, or deformation, or the subversion of virtue (or whatever else we may think of as its opposite), but a stubborn and unredeemable fact"--My Correct Views on Everything (1974) Leszek Kołakowski

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My Correct Views on Everything (1974) is a book by Leszek Kołakowski.

Table of contents

My correct views on everything -- The Marxist roots of Stalinism -- The myth of human self-identity -- What is socialism? -- Totalitarianism and the virtue of the lie -- Communism as a cultural force -- What is left of socialism? -- The heritage of the left -- Genocide and ideology -- The devil in history : interview with George Urban -- A layman pronounces on the catechism -- Jesus Christ : prophet and reformer -- "Leibniz and Job" -- Concern with God ..." -- Crime and punishment -- On natural law -- On collective identity -- The demise of the historical man -- On our relative relativism -- What are universities for? -- Neutrality and academic values -- Where are children in liberal philosophy? -- Man does not live by bread alone : interview with Nathan Gardels.

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