Postmodernism Essay | The Transition to Postmodernism

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The Transition to Postmodernism

Summary: Postmodernism is a difficult term to define, as it is evident in many different disciplines, such as art, literature, architecture, technology, and, the precise emerging moment of this movement is also hard to identify. In order to truly understand `Postmodernism,' one must first identify with `Modernism' and it's subsequent decline which led to the appearance of the Post-modern ear.
Postmodernism is a difficult term to define, as it is evident in many different disciplines, such as art, literature, architecture, technology, and, the precise emerging moment of this movement is also hard to identify. In order to truly understand `Postmodernism,' one must first identify with `Modernism' and it's subsequent decline which led to the appearance of the Post-modern ear. It is often suggested that Postmodernity is simply a continuation or advancement of Modernity. For example, Bauman, (Crook, Pakulski, & Walters, 1992: p.2) claims that `Postmodernism is simply a replacement of "classical" Modern capitalist society'. However, this assumption has undergone much debate and criticism. Those who reject this notion, maintain that Postmodernism is in fact a historical movement in it's own right, generating a distinct society from that of Modernism. Perry Anderson is one such optimist. In my essay I wish to present a summary of Anderson's attempt...

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