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For our session this afternoon, you may be wondering: Dionne and David Brooks, for three or four years, have been saying we must do a session on Reinhold Niebuhr. We used to say we think you all should know about Niebuhr.
And Obama went on for 25 minutes about his admiration for Reinhold Niebuhr. And then David did a column on Niebuhr and then we got an excuse to do Niebuhr. But we thought you wanted to know about him anyway. Bill has, if you look at his bio, written some very important books. One is called The Masterless: Self and Society in Modern America, which was the winner of a best-book award — the Merle Curti Award in intellectual history — in Remind me, Bill, who was Merle Curti?
He was a great intellectual historian. From the University of Wisconsin.
Dionne is going to read to us from about five different books by Niebuhr that he has stacked over here. How do you like that? I have a thriller on my list. Twenty, you gave me. Bill, we look forward.
This is really quite a change. But I hope not. Do you have a song about that — suicide? So I think you will see some linkages. Niebuhr is a theologian. The occasion for this — the hook — is this discussion between David Brooks and then-Senator Obama, which was inactually.
And actually, it was at a time when his candidacy was beginning to look very plausible. So that may or may not have any significance. Jimmy Carter notably did, and both before and after his election.
And I think Niebuhr would have been, probably, no exception. I have a feeling you all would want to, and between E. There is a core to Niebuhr that seems to me carries through some three decades of concentrated work.
You may not know much about him. But Niebuhr had an unusually long and productive career. He turned out many books, many articles; wrote journalistically; wrote highly, densely scholarly works.
His importance in his time tells you something about his time. It was a time when theologians were important people.
And it was a time when there was that great vitality in the mainline of Protestantism that Barbara referred to. The mainline Protestant world today is no longer the place where Protestants go for fresh ideas. The issues that he struggled with are quintessentially related to problems of advanced modernity, and science is one of them.
Niebuhr upholds the idea of progress and remorselessly critiques it at the same time. But the interesting thing is what — to me anyway, as someone of conservative disposition — is what he leaves out, and that is preserving the things that need to be preserved.
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