It is my pleasure to feature this guest post from the Institute for Cultural Evolution, announcing their new political publication: The Post-Progressive Post. Although written from an American perspective, the model is absolutely applicable to any discussion of politics in a Canadian context. Enjoy!
Dear Friends of Cultural Evolution,
If you haven’t yet, we invite you to take a moment to check out our newly launched content-hub for the Post-Progressive Project: The Post-Progressive Post!
We have designed this site to highlight and promote the newly emerging “post-progressive perspective” on politics and culture.
For those just curious about what this new approach is about, we have distilled the post-progressive perspective down to simple infographics that provide quick descriptions of what it is and how it can help you to make better sense of the culture war.
For those who are coming to post-progressivism from an already strong allegiance to a particular political ideology, we provide “our invitation to all sides” pages that show how post-progressivism attempts to include their highest values.
For those who are looking for complexity and nuance in a world of one-sided, oversimplified perspectives, we offer long-form articles that stretch their thinking.
For those who want to see a post-progressive perspective applied to our country’s most intractable policy debates, we offer a growing list of win-win-win issue positions that integrate the values of the three major worldviews that are battling it out in the culture war.
And finally, for those who already consider themselves post-progressive, we offer multiple ways to engage in dialogue with others around these ideas.
Please enjoy the site! We will be regularly updating it with new posts, articles, and features, so we invite you to bookmark the Post-Progressive Post, and return often to see what is new on the leading edge of politics and culture!
Institute for Cultural Evolution