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Phil Jun 19
I think they're calling it "soul (or spirit) cooking"
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Jericho de Leon Jun 15
OH WELL. GANG DYAN NALANG MUNA TAYO KAPATID. Do you have any thoughts about postmodernism as a literary theory? You can share it to me or you can DM me. Thank you!
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Sovereign Nations 5h
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Joshua Luga Agudo Jun 15
Them: God loves you for who you are. Me: God loves you and fix you to be a better person not for who you are. ❤
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Will & Bryant Jun 17
rejects much of what proposes. It recognizes these contradictions, but, in its most extreme form, post-modernism rejects modernism by arguing that science is, by definition tainted by politics...”
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shama Noreen Jun 19
And it’s time to study post modernism....this book looking to some extent interesting and beneficial, Although there is nothing beneficial in post modernism in itself. 🤭
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Morten Tolboll 10h
Article: "Constructivism: The Postmodern Intellectualism Behind New Age and the Self-Help industry" (, , , ):
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denis shaughnessy Jun 14
"I was tweeting upon , and wondering why nobody else was, when Doris Day sang Que Sera Sera in the pocket of my anorak." The opening line to Marco's indescribable book. Look at some more inside on Nile, sorry, Amazon, at
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Johannes Richter Jun 16
Why do these theorists, often referred to as ‘post-structuralists’ or ‘Continental philosophers’ provoke such strong negative reactions in those who have never read them?
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Roland Jigert Jun 18
So this just happened in Netherlands. Any thoughts, is it appropriate, or even needed?
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Merseyside Network News Jun 14
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Minor History Jun 15
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Gerald Beuchelt Jun 16
Could. Not. Agree. More. Theory has been reapplying the same over and over (successfully), but lost ways to challenge fundamentals. is suffering from too. . pilot wave, or quantum gravity are attempts to challenge fundamental
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Jstheater 15h
It was one of the most (many really, not just 1) of the late 1970s & 1980s (or 1950s forward, etc.) & it's truly everywhere now, including the : The Birth, Death & Rebirth of : via
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Iban Roca i Vilà Jun 12
Last and the only postmodern's architecture piece of Zaha Zadid (1950-2016) in Rusia#zaha hadid,,.com,
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Yaw Djin Jun 17
Welcome to . Welcome to that Utopian-Distopian future. You know the one that is all uniform & clean, Forced emotional sensitization, but humans live in silos from one another. Basically Christian Heaven, without all the Halleluja choruses, Mansions or white togas
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Matthew Flisfeder Jun 14
The Birth, Death, and Rebirth of - including an intervention by Anna Kornbluh ()
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Jonathan Menezes Jun 19
My paper "The Limits of the ‘Autumn of Historiography’: on Frank Ankersmit’s Postmodernist Moment", is now published (ahead of print) in the Journal of the Philosophy of History |
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Peter Clarke Jun 17
Just a wee dram of to aid the digestion. Or not.
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Mats Vinnaren Jun 16
Replying to @MatsVinnaren
“Once we recognize what modernism & postmodernism have done to the elite arts & humanities, the reasons for their decline & fall become all too obvious. The movements are based on a false theory of human psychology, the Blank Slate."
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