Brilliantly illustrating the philosophy of one of 20th-century England's greatest Catholic apologists, this study neatly summarises G K Chesterton's contributions. Covering social criticism, theology, politics, and socio-economics, this collection shows how Chesterton had the gift of explaining the difficult in simple terms and the ability to surprise his readers when they least expected it. Also touching upon the central feature of his life, this account discusses the concept of Distributism -- the defending of the common man. A concise overview of what Chesterton wrote in more than 100 books and thousands of articles, this volume will leave the desire to read, study, and apply Chesterton's philosophy, even eight decades after his death.
Publisher: IHS Press
Number of pages: 37
Weight: 58 g
Dimensions: 215 x 140 x 8 mm
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