In Heretics, G. K. Chesterton brandishes his rapier wit to skewer the popular authors and philosophies of his day—from H. G. Wells to George Bernard Shaw, from proto-feminism to neo-paganism. 

“Man can be defined as an animal that makes dogmas. . . . Let us, then, go upon a long journey and enter on a dreadful search. Let us dig and seek till we have really discovered our own opinions. The dogmas we really hold are far more fantastic, and, perhaps, far more beautiful than we think.”

—from Heretics  

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