Professor Grzegorz Kucharczyk warned in an interview for Catholic television “Trwam”, that there has been a rise in signs that democracy without values is turning into a system in which there is increasingly less freedom. He referred to the words of pope Benedict XVI who called this phenomenon a ‘dictatorship of relativism’.
“When political currents which worship relativism (the conviction that everyone has their own truth and there is no such thing as objective truth) appear, then human freedom becomes the first victim,” Benedict XVI said.
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