Martin Hopenhayn on sociocultural paradoxes of modernization

by | Jun 16, 2016 | Video Spotlight | 0 comments

Martin Hopenhayn is a Chilean philosopher and serves as a lead author for Chapter 15 – Social Progress and Cultural Change. In this interview, he discusses some sociocultural paradoxes of modernization. Examples include the rise of secularism coupled with a resurgence of traditional fundamentalist religion, and the increasing trend of both narcissism and solidarity in modern society.

 

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