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    The Question of God - Sigmund Freud And C.S. Lewis - 6/6

    Simon Oswitch

    by Simon Oswitch

    The panel discussion regarding suffering and death continues - Nicholi concludes with this: "It may be that Freud and Lewis represent conflicting parts of ourselves. Part of us yearns for a relationship with the source of all joy, hope and happiness, as described by Lewis, and yet, there is another part that raises its fist in defiance and says with Freud, 'I will not surrender.' Whatever part we choose to express will determine our purpose, our identity, and our whole philosophy of life."