Essay On Postmodernism

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Postmodernism
The existence of man is a complex yet simulating phenomenon that has been the driving force of most philosophers and scientists. Centralizing an idea that determines motivates of man’s existence is intriguing when adopting the late 20th century concept of postmodernism.
“Postmodernism is a perception of the arts, architecture, and criticism that represents a departure from modernism and has at its heart a general distrust of grand theories and ideologies as well as a problematical relationship with any notion of art.”
Being a theory that developed in the late 1960’s postmodernism is catered closest to recent civilianization by focusing on main areas that are believed to impact human interaction and divine purpose. In the beginning layers of the concept it is associated with have two levels to its theory manifest image, and scientific image. Manifest image is associated with being the surface to human motives. It touches
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Being and nonfigurative and adaptable philosophy has expanded the mental belief that we are determined based on conceived impressions impacted by indirect actions. This proves that postmodernism’s flexibility and ideal equality of thought, developed in reaction to centuries of conflicting, clashing fundamentalist theories, was strong to withstand a new fundamentalist revival. The concept of post modernism relates to the everyday lives of people that inhabit the earth. I feel as though there are many determining factor that make up the world in which we live. By creating the realm of uncertainty of existence, it allows man to create and expand the true defining purpose of our existence. Restriction of life were created by man to form society, but in order to fully understand the theory of postmodernism in present day society it is imperative that we start expand of mental state and expose ourselves to ambiguous
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