Monthly Archives: April 2014


What is the connection between antimodernism and freedom? Should we just assume that antimodernists would favour constraint rather than freedom? Is there are a necessary connection between authoritarianism and antimodernism? I would argue that the link between antimodernism and freedom … Continue reading

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Doing nothing much

The biggest problem with modernism is its infatuation with the idea of progress and the belief in human perfectibility. It is this obsession that made the twentieth Century such as turbulent and violent time, with the ‘little people’ sacrificed on … Continue reading

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