It’s been several years since the ICA tackled religion; its last series dealt with new-age religions. “This has very little to do with god, really,” explained James Harkin, the institute’s director of talks and the author of “Cyburbia.”
“It’s about why people have started to drag back the values of absolute good or absolute evil, the same people who were Post-Modernists 10 years ago, who were interested in throwing stones at meta-narratives. But having done that, they were left wondering, what’s next?”
The full blog post is at the NEW YORK TIMES.