The term "postrationalism" describes a movement, school of thought, or approach to dealing with complexity that recognizes the limitations of systems and institutions in an increasingly atomized world. Whereas "rationalism" focuses on determining what is true, postrationalism looks beyond that to what is useful for human beings when truth may be impossible to determine even in principle.
Here are some relevant links.
- A bridge to meta-rationality vs. civilizational collapse (David Chapman)
- Postrationality, table of contents (Darcey Riley)
- Ritual epistemology (Sarah Perry)
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