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R48G: religious futurism from the left…

August 2nd, 2017 · No Comments

The issue of revolutionary change might become more tangible if the problem conceived is made harder: from a change of economic systems to a broader vision of futurism, species evolutionism, and the secular equivalent of religion in the contemplation of consciousness: the fate of american civilization would appear to be sealed without an intervention at the level we call a ‘floating fourth turning point’…as buddhism fades away in a belated collision with modernity the question of religion from the left will come to challenge the scientism of the older left…this can be in the context of Feuerbach as much as anything and isn’t about the archaic theism that is now moving into the rear view mirror…What’s wrong with secularism? isn’t that the correct replacement?

archive: The crisis that evokes futurism and revolutionary evolutionism
March 8th, 2016 ·

http://darwiniana.com/?s=last+and+first+men : the crisis of contemporary capitalism points to more than economics: it points to the borderline extinction of a whole species, and this raises the issues of revolution, culture, futurism, and the nature of human nature: consciousness, will and the being of man…

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