Postmodern politics and activism will, by nature, never accomplish their goals. Precisely because they draw upon standpoint theory and deals in perpetual grievances, its work will never be complete. There will always be a new standpoint from which to deliver a withering critique of the inherent badness of American society. There will always be new [ Read More ]
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During the past several decades, the American political scene has morphed so significantly that the politics of the mid-twentieth century are now unrecognizable. One of the reasons for the shift in political thinking—and the subsequent unrest and polarization we now see—is a shift in the way people think about truth and morality. We can call [ Read More ]