Reconstructionists

Some articles on reconstructionists, reconstructionist:

Progressive Reconstructionism - Basic Program of Spirituality-in-action
... Progressive Reconstructionists note that, in the developed world — especially in the United States, institutions and social practices are judged efficient ... Progressive Reconstructionists advocate a new "bottom line" that these things should be judged rational, efficient and productive not only to the extent that they maximize money and power ... while challenging as well the extremist individualism and "me-first-ism" that Progressive Reconstructionists believe permeates all parts of the global market culture ...
Economic Reconstruction - History
... The first generation of economic reconstructionists included Thorstein Veblen and John Dewey ... Key reconstructionists today include Barry Commoner, Gar Alperovitz and Marcus Raskin ... whose work informs the critique of contemporary society found in the work of economic reconstructionists include Stanley Aronowitz (in his writings about social movements, the state, universities and ...
Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism - Practices
... Many folkloric practices never completely died out, and some Celtic Reconstructionists (CRs) claim to have survivals of Irish, Scottish or Welsh folkloric customs in their families of origin ... archaeological and sacred sites is important to Celtic Reconstructionists ... motorway in Ireland threatened to destroy archaeological sites around the Hill of Tara, Celtic Reconstructionists (among others) organized protests and a coordinated ritual of protection ...
Federal Vision - General Beliefs - Biblical Law
... based upon Scripture, but not many (if any) advocate Biblical law to the extent of the Christian Reconstructionists ... Similarly, Douglas Wilson has written critically of the Reconstructionist books of Gary North, noting that "In the past, we have resisted any promotion of books by the Reconstructionists ... Christian Reconstructionists believe that seeking to establish a fully Christian society is an important requirement for Christians and churches ...
Polytheistic Reconstructionism - Reconstructionism and Neopaganism
2004) enumerates the difference between reconstructionist Neopaganism and "classical" Neopaganism as found in Eighteenth to mid Twentieth century movements (including Germanic mysticism, early ... "Pagan" and "Neopagan" to apply to polytheistic reconstructionists is controversial ... Some reconstructionist, ethnic and indigenous religious groups take great issue with being referred to as "Pagan" or "Neopagan," viewing "Pagan" as a ...