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  1. The Modern, the Postmodern, And... The Metamodern? Reflections on a Transforming Sensibility From the Perspective of Theological Anthropology.Pavol Bargár - 2021 - Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 38 (1):3-15.
    There have recently been attempts in the academic discourse to describe what is referred to as the demise of the postmodern due to the perceived insufficiency of the latter concept to adequately express the uniqueness of the 21st-century world. The younger generation of scholars, therefore, suggest adopting a new discourse, termed ‘metamodernism’, to do justice to this transforming sensibility. Metamodernism can be characterised by an oscillation between the modern and the postmodern, enthusiasm and irony, hope and nihilism, construction and deconstruction. (...)
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  • The Spirit in the Network: Models for Spirituality in a Technological Culture.Mark Coeckelbergh - 2010 - Zygon 45 (4):957-978.
    Can a technological culture accommodate spiritual experience and spiritual thinking? If so, what kind of spirituality? I explore the relation between technology and spirituality by constructing and discussing several models for spirituality in a technological culture. I show that although gnostic and animistic interpretations and responses to technology are popular challenges to secularization and disenchantment claims, both the Christian tradition and contemporary posthumanist theory provide interesting alternatives to guide our spiritual experiences and thinking in a technological culture. I analyze how (...)
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