Category Archives: Paul Wallace

Fundamentalism is the Zombie after the Death of Modernity

Fundamentalism is a by-product of modernity. And after the death of modernity, we should think of fundamentalism (whether religious or secular) as the walking dead—the last shambling and ugly vestiges of a dualistic world-view shattered by the 20th century’s plunge … Continue reading

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Neutrality?

This essay is interesting because it reveal how many, even when they think they are being objective and neutral, only reveal how biased and subjective their thinking really is. The writer also makes this important point: This evokes the ideal … Continue reading

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There is Only Narrative

This piece by Paul Wallace is spot on. He points out, as anyone who knows me well, something I have been saying for some time now. And of course it is nothing original with me—it is the cumulative work of … Continue reading

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