Quote of the Week: Arthur Versluis “Antimodernism”

Arthur VersluisIf the essence of modernism is progress, a belief that technological development means socioeconomic improvement, the heart of antimodernism is a realization that ‘progress’ has an underbelly – that technological industrial development has destructive consequences in three primary and intertwined areas: nature, culture and religion.

▪ Arthur Versluis, “Antimodernism” Telos No. 132 (2006) extract from page 97.

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