Morality in Subcreation

It is easy to overlook the fundamental structure that Tolkien has infused into the story. It can be even be 'belittled' with the idea that the morals have only come from the times in which Tolkien lived. Or due to him being a devout Catholic, he had some archaic ideas that he just accepted because he was brought up that way (conventionalism)...

In Conflict of Good and Evil, it will be discussed how Tolkien's world and mythological makeup reflects and mirrors Christian philosophy and theology. In Eomer's first discussion with Aragorn, Tolkien points out that a man must judge:

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