Haven't You Noticed That Modernity Is Bankrupt?

Tradition and Discovery 21 (1):20-32 (1994)
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Abstract

This paper essays an account of William H. Poteat's teaching--both what he taught and how he taught--as an effort to bring his students to a realization of the bankruptcy of the modern critical sensibility and help them negotiate a transition to a post-critical intellectual sensibility. Enigmatic aspects of his teaching become intelligible through considering them in light of traditional disciplines of spiritual formation.

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