The Regina Leader Post covers William Gairdner’s visit to Regina.
The well-spoken businessman and former English professor pinned a lot of the blame for Canada’s lot on relativism — the idea that knowledge, truth and morality are relative and not absolute.
“We’ve got this attitude that, ‘It might be true for you, but it’s not true for me’ — that’s the first thing you hear from people. When I say, ‘Well, it can’t all be true and false at the same time — something must be wrong,’ they get all mad and walk away.”
Gairdner has addressed Frontier Centre audiences in Winnipeg, Regina, and Calgary this week, promoting his new book The Trouble with Canada… Still
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