The Culture Cult holds three dogmas to be unquestionable: 1. each culture is a semisacred creation, 2. all cultures are equally valuable and must never be compared, and 3. the assimilation of cultures (especially the assimilation of primitive cultures by a secular civilization coldly indifferent to spiritual things) is supremely wicked. This chapter looks at a man who did more to popularize these notions at the highest level of discourse than any other thinker of our time—the Oxford celebrity Sir Isaiah Berlin.