An insightful comment on economics applying to all disciplines from Paul Collier, Oxford prof and author of The Bottom Billion:
Part of the reason single-factor theories about development failure are so common is that modern academics tend to specialize: they are trained to produce intense but narrow beams of light.
Whereas postmodernism’s “There is nothing without context” really does have a contextually valid point…
Great find. Are you connecting this with your earlier post on the insufficiency of secular reasoning?
I didn’t have a connection in mind, but certainly there are a few.
Secularists and Christians both admit that man is limited, but they offer different ultimate reasons for that limitation—and different prospects for lessening it.