Andrey (azangru) wrote,

James Lindsay is like a theologian presenting the doctrine of wokism to other theologians. There are several times that he says that in order to understand what SJWs mean, one must understand "the ideas" of the woke movement; in other words, the evolution and the current state of critical theory. Which would be a completely valid point were the conversations happening between learned scholars. But, if we draw a parallel between wokism and traditional religions, how well informed are average followers of a traditional religion about the theoretical underpinnings of their belief system? How well do they know their theology? This is probably a question to anthropologists or sociologists; and I believe, the answer would be, not very.


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