Alas, Babylon Essay
In the book Alas, Babylon, the author, Pat Frank, discusses the condition of the human race. Mainly, his view differs from others because rather than write about the countries in a nuclear war, he writes about people living in the countries that are involved in that war. His discusses these peoplesí progress, both technological and moral, as well as their use of power. These topics make the book as intriguing as it
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not put in power, yet he is the one who becomes a true leader in the face of war.
I think that Pat Frank says that the current human condition is reliant on things that do not hold true moral value. I agree. Humans have a fascination with material possessions that might only be stopped under nuclear war. In any case, that is probably the last philosophy that I would ever like to be proven.