At Canterbury Cathedral, Dr Williams steered clear of the abuse issue, instead using his Easter sermon to speak of cases of "woodenheaded
silliness" of "petty" bureaucrats who have stopped employees from wearing religious symbols.
It has corrected the stolidity of traditional theology by a congeries of historical-hermeneutical concerns: the epistemic/ontological importance of historicity, radical finitude, sociocultural frameworks, linguisticality, ideology, etc.(47) However, it is essential to remember that postmodernism, even in its moderate variety, challenges not simply woodenheaded
positivism or ahistorical conceptualism.