3 edition of origin and end of modernity found in the catalog.
origin and end of modernity
Brian T. Trainor
Includes bibliographical references (p. -140) and index.
|Series||World Heritage studies in religion and social theory|
|LC Classifications||B831.2 T7 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||99202484|
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Jewish modernity, therefore, has reached the end of its road. After having been the main focus of critical thought in the Western world – in the era when Europe was its centre – Jews today find themselves, by a kind of paradoxical reversal, at the heart of the mechanisms of domination.
Intellectuals are recalled to order. If the first half //03/ It is important to note that this book's primary concern is not the current state of modernity; but rather its theological origins. Therefore, the majority of the book is an intellectual theological history revolving around the realist nominalist debates that this author considers the primary metaphysical thread running continuously through the last years of Western › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
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mechanisms of change, the end state of change (directionality), and the change process considered as a whole. Triggering mechanisms. In addition to the various internal mechanisms (such as technology, cultural lags, and contradictions), Smelser suggests that "intersocietal relations" be systematically included as triggering Change and Modernity definition is - the quality or state of being or appearing to be modern.
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