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n HTS : Theological Studies - Liturgical pharmacology : time of the question, complexity and ethics : original research

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Abstract

Bernard Stiegler depicts technics as the human's tertiary memory retention generating a with both curative and malignant potential. He additionally rues the epoch's depletion of a 'time of the question': revealed in the prevalent inaptitude for wisdom - scilicet long-term acuity. We offer Christian liturgy as an abeyant psychotechnique arcing the current to cure through soliciting a 'time of the question'. Rejuvenating Christian liturgy as a psychotechnique can bolster a broader societal 'time of the question'. Firstly, we describe technic's . Secondly, we constrain Christian liturgies as complex systems incorporating malleability, temporality, and instability. Thirdly, we imagine Christian liturgy as empty tradition allowing amateur repetition of ancient art enticing a 'time of the question'.

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2016-01-01
2016-12-08
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