Tag: Traditionalism

Sergei Bulgakov and the Economics of Tradition
Theology

Sergei Bulgakov and the Economics of Tradition

by Daniel Nicholas | български | ქართული | ελληνικά | Română | Русский | Српски Written in 1912, Sergei Bulgakov’s Philosophy of Economy: The World as Household surprises in its embrace of a certain kind of materialism. Giving credit largely to the heavyweights of the German idealist tradition with an occasional nod to Marx, it…

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Apostates and Romantics: Further Thoughts on Modern Traditionalism
Orthodoxy and Modernity, Theology

Apostates and Romantics: Further Thoughts on Modern Traditionalism

by Kyle M. Nicholas In a recent post, Aristotle Papanikolaou argues that the terms “traditionalism,” “traditionalist,” and “Orthodox morality” are unhelpful identifiers. For Papanikolaou, these terms construct a false traditional/non-traditional dichotomy that conceals the fact that everybody belongs to some tradition. The real question is what the presuppositions of one’s tradition are, and consequently “the…

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I Am a Traditionalist; Therefore, I Am
Theology

I Am a Traditionalist; Therefore, I Am

ру́сский   Amidst the culture wars, the word “traditionalist” has gained currency and has been co-opted in a variety of ways. Broadly, it is a self-naming mostly by those who identify as religious and are seemingly faithful to their religious tradition in the face of attacks either against religion in general or by others within…

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