END OF THE BOOK OF
Unlike human nature, human culture has often changed.
And so long as humankind is confronted with serious
factual-modal and normative anomalies in denominational
and political ideology, human culture will have to change
again, either voluntarily and with direction or as a
result of an intercontinental holocaust.
If humankind chooses to be completely consumed in fire by its own acts, a
new species may eventually rise in youthful freshness from its ashes again
—as an ancient legend has it— but not with any antiquated
books in its hands.
If humankind chooses to follow the right way, it may save the old books
from the fire, but it will have to break then with every tradition of
taking fiction for fact and venom for value — and with the
In either case people will be served by a new model to understand the
past, to interpret the present and to build on for the future.