doubt, believings, and post-postmodernism


Chris Dierkes

Chris Dierkes (aka CJ Smith). 29 years old, happily married, adroit purveyor and voracious student of all kinds of information, theories, methods of inquiry, and forms of practice. Studying to be a priest in the Anglican Church in Canada. Main interests: military theory, diplomacy, foreign affairs, medieval history, religion & politics (esp. Islam and Christianity), and political grand bargains of all shapes and sizes.

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  1. Avatar E.D. Kain says:

    I wouldn’t want to say we just make traditions up.

    But we can find which ones need to be re-invented, no? Like “new” ways to build cities–built like they used to build them, but with modern technology and efficiency…Report

  2. Avatar Chris Dierkes says:

    good point. i was thinking more cultural, moral, philosophical patterns, but social technology is one that easily calls for new traditions or re-invented/re-upped practices to be sure.Report