Problemy z postmodernizmem: czy możemy uchwycić istotę ponowoczesności?



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Problems with Postmodernism, or Can We Grasp the Essence of Postmodernity? Abstract in English Stefan Morawski takes as his starting point the problems with defining modernism and modernity as those two notions undoubtedly affect our understanding of postmodernism. While discussing four basic reasons why it is so difficult to grasp the essence of both modernity and postmodernity, the author emphasises their affinites and divergencies. Thus postmodernism can be seen either as a kind of self-rectification of modernism or as its decline/decay which must follow the modernist crisis of culture. Stefan Morawski argues that the phase of postmodernism we have entered now can be characterised by its dominant consumeristic permissivism which derives its impetus from cyber-culture. By bidding farewell to the culture we have cherished since ancient Greece, we seem to opt for taking over a destructive facet of modernism which developed under the pressure of modem civilisation.

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Opublikowane : 2009-01-01


MorawskiS. (2009). Problemy z postmodernizmem: czy możemy uchwycić istotę ponowoczesności?. Er(r)go. Teoria - Literatura - Kultura, (18/19). Pobrano z https://journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/ERRGO/article/view/2532

Stefan Morawski  errgo@us.edu.pl
Urodzony w 1921 r. w Krakowie, prof. zw. dr hab. Stefan Morawski jest filozofem, historykiem estetyki, profesorem Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, autorem takich monografii jak "Jak patrzeć na film", "Studia z historii myśli estetycznej XVIII i XIX wieku, "Absolut i forma: studium o egzystencjalnej estetyce Andre Malraux" i wielu innych.



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