A Modernism

Posted on October 31, 2007


If Modernism represents a split between worlds, as between the objective and the subjective, then Postmodernism represents the re-fusion; the unwieldy rejoining of these ‘two’ halves of life – which is the same as saying that it shows there were never – really – the two halves to start with.  There is no hermeneutics of a world that interpretation can merely duplicate – it irreducibly already being an interpretation.

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