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    Post If you have trouble formulating Postmodernism...

    http://www.elsewhere.org/cgi-bin/postmodern

    Wonderful site! Never seen any more brilliant.
    If one have trouble with neo-post-post one-or-the-other interpretations (or essays), just create one by clicking on one button!

    The true essence of Postmodernism: anti-intellectualism, mental dysfunction and b-s. I love it.

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    Post Re: If you have trouble formulating Postmodernism...

    Actually, if you ever have trouble making sense of postmodernism, just ask me. Or Siegfried, in relation to Foucault, though I have a feeling he might not feel like it . That site itself is BS.
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    Post Re: If you have trouble formulating Postmodernism...

    I view myself as good at understanding the essence of philosophical scripts, but when it's Postmodernism I have great difficulties. Hardt's and Negri's "Empire" is clearly Postmodern, and it's also virtually non-understandable. Really great: the duo proclaiming to be the Marx and Engels of the new millenia can't make themselves understood to more than a few esoterists. One the other hand; who read 'the Capital' 130 years ago... Second-hand interpretation is more important than the actual meanings anyway.

    Anyhow, Postmodernism is great. Scientific method, analysis and theory is thrown out of the window. In comes fantasy unbiased; everything is wrong, nothing is untouchable.

    Postmodernism (whatever the term may mean) seems to be alongside the so-called 'New Age'.

    But well, I ask you about some thoughts regarding the issue: Postmodernism to me seem to be nothing more than a temporary flu, created in a Europe drifting away from the modernist project into another kind of society. If this is the case: WHAT can postmodern POLITICAL philosophy bring into light, other than theoretical esoterism? Is Postmodernism a 'weapon' to sweep away all old theories and thought into a new age where 'everything is possible, everything is false'?
    Or is Postmodernism something really something that only interest intellectual radicals and rebels against the modern...?


    Whatever the answers may be, I'm certain that Postmodernism is something to value, not to myself, but to a society (academic one, first and foremost) that need to de-rationalize itself.

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    Post Re: Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought: Resources

    Great source for potential argument clarification, and, might I add, quite an interesting read.

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    http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~mryder/i...ostmodern.html

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