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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by NSNick, Aug 5, 2008.
Which theory as applied to philosophy is superior Postmodernism or Poststructuralism?
Are we not on post-postmodernism now?
I thought Post-Structuralism was just what we had to call Post-Modernism, after the definition was all mucked up by all those architects using the term for their buildings in the 1980's?
On the other hand, Post-Modernism was really only used for 1980's architecture in order to cover up the fact that it was really an Agit-Prop revival?
Hmm...I'm not sure what the différance is between them.