Tuesday, May 20, 2008


No thoughts of mine here. "The political form of postmodernism, if there ever is any, will have as its vocation the invention and projection of a global cognitive mapping, on a social as well as a spacial scale." Fredric Jameson See Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory, and Postmodern Thought University of Colorado at Denver --- Martin Ryder for connections to selections from the works of 41 other philosphers. - In this art-oriented essay from 2000 by Christopher L. C. E. Whitcombe Part 4 provides simple definitions of modernism and two forms of postmodernism. - A project which apparently ended in May of 2006 with the issue 12 publication of Dear Habermas opens with a Welcome! message on a page which also has links to issues 11 and 12. I didn't go beyond the introductory page. - Wikipedia article on postmodern philosophy with numerous links. < ^ > Rho00075

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