Old and encrusted forms of thought are being subjected to radical criticism.

Some of them are being broken and transformed ; some are even being replaced by new forms or by revised versions of old forms of thought. In such a situation it is inevitable that the attempted changes should encounter resistance, especially where the “established” philosophy has enjoyed a wide acceptance. For there is in every “established” historical movement a resistance to movement.
James Luther Adams, “Human Nature,” Voluntary Associations

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