Confessions of a Social Constructionist

When I was an English major at a public university, it was so blatantly obvious to see the eisegetical way in which all texts were approached. It was uncritical, it was propagandistic, it was religious. If there is one thing that new the swing in conversation and argumentation has yielded in the past decade, its that declarations from secular humanists have cast off modernity’s desperate clutch to human rationality in favor of moralistic arguments unattached to sure foundations. Hopefully we will see debunked philosophies and humanities practices dropped more and more as time goes on.