- Apr 2010
- T'Republic of Yorkshire
There is nothing ambivalent about it. "Tell ne" means for you to tell me. It's not hard to understand.All i'm asking for is clarification how you are saying that. There's "Tell me" in conversion, or there's "Tell me" in an interrogation. Your request is ambivalent.
I'm not interested in the results of an internet search. I want to know what YOU mean.And again, anyone can look up anything, like "post modernists" over the internet.
What have you found? What is your thinking as to people involved?
They could be just a bunch of names from an area of academia.
See? Was that difficult for you?I have nonetheless Michael Foucault, Zadie Smith and Doris Lessing featuring on my screen.
Also the post modernists might tend to follow postmodernism, so a search for that might enlighten?
Here is the wiki page: Postmodernism - Wikipedia
which doesn't seem to have changed much since the last time i looked.
And i quote, '..common targets of postmodern critique include universalist notions of objective reality, morality, truth, human nature, reason, language, and social progress.'
and that therefore 'it's all relative' you might think?
Now, the next time you decide to label something or someone "post-modern", you will explain exactly what makes it so. Because as far as I can see, you are simple tossing out this term indiscriminately to sound authoritative, without understanding what it actually means.
And the next time I ask a question, I don't expect evasiveness from you, or there will be sanctions.