Now, since whenever this damned Modernity began, we are, as MacIntyre writes, "almost intolerably conscious of rival moral alternatives." The cultures we grow up in have tendencies towards non-culture. From 📙 Reading Alasdair MacIntyre’s After Virtue:
He finds the people of late Modernity shifting toward a non-culture—a collection of competing individuals, who lack any shared conception of their goals as human beings. *
In 📙 All Things Shining, this kind of structureless choice is part of the Phenomenology of Modernity.