This is the last episode for our mini series on historical movements. We've finally arrived at the movement of today: Neomodernism. What is it? What does it mean? We've got a lot of ground to cover here. By the end of this episode, my hope is that you walk away with a better understanding of how we arrived at our current cultural climate. We'll take a look at early Neomodern critics such as Habermas, and we'll talk about the role that the Marvel Cinematic Universe--particularly Iron Man and Captain America--played in the emergence of Neomodernism. There is anger, frustration, and contention all around us. That's true. However, there is also great possibility for finding meaning, for learning how to carve out sacred space from which we can learn how to become the best version of ourselves. More than anything, there is great hope in the emergence of humanity. We just need to see it and organize it. I hope you enjoy the episode.
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