Comments on: Abstracting Postmodernism, Pluralism, and Ethics http://www.lofitribe.com/2007/04/08/abstracting-postmodernism-pluralism-and-ethics/ A virtual notebook of Christian expression, journey, and study. Thu, 20 Nov 2008 14:20:57 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7-beta3 hourly 1 By: Shawn Anthony http://www.lofitribe.com/2007/04/08/abstracting-postmodernism-pluralism-and-ethics/#comment-3907 Shawn Anthony Tue, 10 Apr 2007 20:09:38 +0000 http://www.lofitribe.com/2007/04/08/abstracting-postmodernism-pluralism-and-ethics/#comment-3907 Oh yeah, one more note: the thing I'm trying to get at is liberal religious folk then call what I cite in the above comment "postmodernism" and "pluralism". I don't think it is either, honestly. I think it is modernism in a cheap suit. Oh yeah, one more note: the thing I’m trying to get at is liberal religious folk then call what I cite in the above comment “postmodernism” and “pluralism”. I don’t think it is either, honestly. I think it is modernism in a cheap suit.

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By: Shawn Anthony http://www.lofitribe.com/2007/04/08/abstracting-postmodernism-pluralism-and-ethics/#comment-3906 Shawn Anthony Tue, 10 Apr 2007 20:06:39 +0000 http://www.lofitribe.com/2007/04/08/abstracting-postmodernism-pluralism-and-ethics/#comment-3906 Thanks for the thoughts, ck. They are appreciated. I find your disagreement, coming from a Unitarian Universalist (liberal religion), whose "religion" is an attempt to rebuild ethical structure in a way that distorts and twists authentic qualifying adjectives, just a bit ... odd. :) Rasor would be correct, as long as he then cites community specific qualifying adjectives to his moral/ethic; othe