Stephen Cherry doesn’t even engage with the glamour of evil, best exemplified by vampires and gothic novels, but focuses instead on rather trivial things like snobbishness and perfectionism.

Book review: The Dark Side of the Soul misses an opportunity to explore evil

Stephen Cherry articulates the moral life as viewed from the senior common room of a Cambridge college, a kind of soft, touchy-feely approach that denies the possibility that profound wickedness actually exists

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Stephen Cherry doesn’t even engage with the glamour of evil, best exemplified by vampires and gothic novels, but focuses instead on rather trivial things like snobbishness and perfectionism.
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