Idolatry of Blood: Religion for a Post-Modern
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Using the concept of "modernity" as our basis, we can examine "politics" through the lens of three main historical periods: pre-modern politics as "the art of leadership"; modern politics as "power-centered"; and post-modern
politics in the era of "divided society" under a mixed order.
IT leaders must embrace the post-modern
business, a business driven by customer relationships where the customer is everywhere, and so must your business; a world fuelled by the explosion in information, collaboration, and mobility, enabled by the cloud," said Sondergaard.
Walberg, a veteran journalist currently writing for the Cairo newspaper Al Ahram, offers a fascinating look at the history of post-modern
imperialism and the Great Games that have been played by world powers since the mid-19th century.
Tension Report reveals that more than seven in 10 women admit to suffering tensionrelated pain.
Bunlar: Neoklasik Iktisatta Pozitivizm ve Rasyonalite, Ortodoks Marksist Iktisat Metodolojisi ve Post-modern
Epistemolojiler ve Post-modern
Rebellion of Thought is a DVD assessment of the interplay between post-modern
philosophy and religious belief.
Do you lament the 'tedious banality of the post-modern
I wonder if that's the newspaper's admission of its excessive use of the word or if it's a nod to our post-modern
age of irony.
Yet to do so will require that we underscore the faith-dimension of religion, and (in a post-modern
fashion) begin to deconstruct the hard and fast separation of reason from faith.
In this light, character education in a post-modern
culture is akin to urging a person to drive, but without saying where, or providing shoes for a person with no legs, or sailing without a compass.
If Guy Debord and the Situationists claimed the rebellious highground in the day-to-day activist philosophy of post-modern
France during the 1960s, the architectural counterpart could be seen in the triumvirate of Georges Candilis, Alexis Josic and Shadrach Woods.