Articles by: Geoff Sharp

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Informit: The natural world and after

This essay was undertaken by one among six contributors to a shared project. Three Christians and three others had agreed that chapter 15 - 'The Imminent Frame' - of Charles Taylor's massive A Secular Age would serve as a reference point for their project: to explore how they might cooperatively envisage a way into the future.

Informit: As revelation and reason founder: A way into the future?

In the course of their consideration of Charles Taylor's A Secular Age, the six contributors to this project agreed that their essays should focus in part on the implications of Taylor's work for outlining a way into the future.

Foundation Arena Articles: Geoff Sharp

Geoff Sharp

2 Jan 2017

Four articles by Geoff Sharp from Arena issues between 1968 and 1992, in PDF format: 'Features of the Intellectually Trained', 'Intellectuals in Transition', 'Constitutive Abstraction and Social Practice', and 'Intellectual Interchange and Social Practice'

Mass Destruction

Geoff Sharp: A true weapon of mass destruction can be distinguished by its potential effect on the fate of humanity, rather than its immediate impact

Informit: The ‘movement’ and the new social movements

The history of Bob Santamaria's 'Movement' tells us much about the nature of contemporary politics and the prospects for more recent social movements, according to Geoff Sharp.

Informit: From here to eternity? [Series of two parts]: Part 2 [Technosciences are contributing to an illusion of social continuity by creating unprecedented discontinuity.]

Informit: The end of growth: what then?

Informit: From here to eternity? [Series of two parts]: Part 1. [How the technosciences are reshaping life.]

Informit: Christian values and Kevin Rudd’s wedge [Can Rudd’s ethics survive the day-to-day demands of politics?]

Informit: The drift to neo-authoritarianism [Series of parts. Part 1. Militarisation of social life, limits on parliamentary oversight and neutering of the media under the Howard government.]

Informit: The end of geography [A different framework is suggested for understanding geopolitics.]

Informit: In all those arenas [Reflecting on forty years of Arena publications.]