Postmodern Realities Episode 189 Second-Rate Musician:Vocation and Performance in T. S. Eliot’s The Confidential Clerk

Postmodern Realities Episode 189 Second-Rate Musician:Vocation and Performance in T. S. Eliot’s The Confidential Clerk

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A meritocracy insists that a person’s sense of identity and value is grounded in his or her own performance or action. For Christians, however, being is a divine gift. Thus, identity and value are determined by divine action, not by personal effort. If we rest in this divine action, we can withdraw from competing identities and from the perpetual and exhausting demands of ambition. But meritocratic values And their attendant anxiety have spread, in part, because the notion of vocation has all ... See More

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