On Modernism

If modernity is not bereft of tradition, if the intellectual and the aesthetic are intertwined, and if rationality always incorporates elements of the non- or supra-rational, then the modern cannot have given way to the postmodern in the facile fashion that many claim. - Philip Clayton on Enlightenment and the Intellectual Foundations of Modern Culture

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