[NetBehaviour] "Thoughts on Augmented Computational Inequality"

Andreas Maria Jacobs ajaco at xs4all.nl
Sun Jun 19 15:38:44 CEST 2011


Dear list,

I found the following article in my archive, which can be of interest
regarding the subject: post modernity (pomo), Alter Modern and more

See:

http://nictoglobe.com/new/query2.html?d=articles&f=slap

Best

Andreas Maria Jacobs

"Die Neue Elite is das Volk"

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On Sun, June 19, 2011 14:07, Alan Sondheim wrote:
>
>
> At least in the US, pomo was something else; I taught a course in it at
> University of Texas @ Dallas aroundd 1985 and developed, then published, a
> 'postmodern checklist' at http://www.alansondheim.org/postmode.txt - most
> of this in retrospect seems fairly accurate now.
>
> - Alan
>
> On Sun, 19 Jun 2011, Rob Myers wrote:
>
>> On 19/06/11 12:14, Simon Biggs wrote:
>>> What do you think post-modernism is?
>>
>> "You're both right."
>>
>> Postmodernism was the abandoning of grand narratives and the embrace of
>> relativity.
>>
>> That abandoning and embrace both involved and required a retreat from
>> the social and economic reality of its practitioners privileged position
>> within society and the global economy.
>>
>> This isn't to say that there wasn't more intellectual good in
>> Postmodernism than I would ever have admitted at the time, or that its
>> critics don't have their own socioeconomic situation that isn't also
>> open to critique...
>>
>> - Rob.
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