Morality and Transcendence

Morality and Transcendence October 8, 2014

Ray DonovanGirls Lena Dunham

Check out my latest at National Review Online (Postmodern Conservative blog), where I compare “Ray Donovan” with “Girls” and just begin to suggest a critique of Charles Taylor’s settlement with A Secular Age.

“The pre-modern tradition was right: moral seriousness and intellectual insight are finally inseparable.  Amoral aesthetic spirituality is very hard to distinguish from conformist relativism and shallowness.  A God who cannot in the slightest govern our sexual desires cannot really open up a dimension of transcendence.”

""Cut off from sobering reality, idealism is exciting. It is also destructive, and finally murderous." ..."

200 Years of Karl Marx
"I don't know why we feel the need to keep beating this dead equine, especially ..."

200 Years of Karl Marx
"And yet the United Order seemed like a revelation?"

200 Years of Karl Marx
"I saw the film in Germany yesterday evening with locals - actually people who look ..."

The Darkest Hour: Review

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!

What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment