The Good, the True, & the Postmodern

By |2015-02-04T16:51:25-06:00February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Modernity|Tags: , , |

With the exception of a few figures like Professor Peter Augustine Lawler, who is a self-identified “postmodern conservative,” conservatives are generally suspicious of the word “postmodern.” I think this aversion is uncalled for, and that the interests of a broadly-understood postmodernity align with many of conservatism’s central tenets. Critics such as William Lane Craig have [...]

The Process of Postmodern Politics

By |2019-08-08T14:06:01-05:00October 5th, 2014|Categories: Politics|Tags: |

I have for some time been vaguely aware that in the higher levels of culture—art, music, poetry, etc.—we have been moving out of the age of “modernism” into a new age or era, labelled “postmodernism.” The term gave me some trouble. “Modernism,” to me, had always indicated the “now,” and could never be “post,” unless [...]

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