Reconstructive postmodernism

/ 21 April 2005

I return again and again to the brief pages (324 and ff) in chapter nine of Robert Kegan’s book “In over our heads: The mental demands of modern life” when I’m trying to help my students understand the difference between deconstructive and reconstructive postmodernism. AKMA’s blog is a good place to go to, too, on this issue. And today I found a list of books — many of which I haven’t read yet! — which links the issues to theology. Perhaps my summer reading project…