Reform — Taylor’s umbrella term for a variety of late medieval and early modern movements that were trying to deal with the tension between the requirements of eternal life and the demands of domestic life. A response to “two-tiered” religion.
This is a glossary of terms created from James K.A. Smith's book, "How (Not) To Be Secular: Reading Charles Taylor"
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When the calamity we feared is already arrived, or when the expectation of it is so certain as to shut out hope, there seems to be a principle within us by which we look with misanthropic composure on the state to which we are reduced, and the heart sullenly contracts and accommodates itself to what it most abhorred.
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