radicalism

A Quote by Madeleine L'Engle on ideas, radicalism, stories, storytelling, and open mindedness

When I am grappling with ideas which are radical enough to upset grown-ups, then I am likely to put these ideas into a story which will be marketed for children, because children understand what their parents have rejected and forgotten.

Madeleine L'Engle

Source: Walking On Water: Reflections On Faith and Art

Contributed by: Tsuya

A Quote by Slovoj Zizek on radicalism, politics, and marginality

The ultimate goal of radical politics is gradually to displace the limit of social exclusions, empowering the excluded agents (sexual and ethnic minorities) by creating marginal spaces in which they can articulate and question their identity.  Radical politics thus becomes an endless mocking parody and provocation, a gradual process of reidentification in which there are not final victories and ultimate demarcations

Slovoj Zizek

Source: Welcome to the Desert of the Real

Contributed by: Priestess MJ

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, media, culture, and radicalism

So successful has the ideological-political-cultural purge been executed that it is hard indeed to find vigorous liberals, and no energetic, coherent and cogent leftists at all can find expression in our controlled media and educational systems. Forget about wholesale culture- or civilization-critics like Marxists. Universities have to be purged of any "radicalism" that can see through to the roots of issues and pathologies, for the same reasons that workers have to have nascent unions aborted among them and contrarian newspapers and media have to be starved of advertising.

Kenneth Smith

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by Dalai Lama on compassion, radicalism, and this age

Compassion is the radicalism of this age.

Dalai Lama

Contributed by: Lynette

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