Postmodernism Explained to Students
Our contribution substantiates that Postmo - dernism turned out to be a peculiar concept devoid of a specific empirical field. On a speculative level, Post modernity - usually confused with Postmodernism - was perceived as a post-metaphysical and as a panlinguistic age and therefore it was hardly conceivable without continental post-structuralism. Roughly speaking, the term mainly referred to a radical departure from both high modernism and the post World War II European neo-experimentalism and neoavant-gardes.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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