The paradox of post-postmodernism

Educational Philosophy and Theory 50 (14):1439-1440 (2018)
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Post-postmodernism is a paradox. The zeitgeist of twenty-first century ecologically resides not in a void or a predictable space. Rather, the ‘is-ness’ of being exists in a paradox—paradox refers t...



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