Ecology and the End of Postmodernism

Ecology and the End of Postmodernism➚ Ecology and the End of Postmodernism free download ➟ Author George Myerson – Heartforum.co.uk In Jean Francois Lyotard claimed to have laid the grand narrative to rest Yet the ecological disasters of recent years Myerson argues, herald a return of the big story, and in a new way are a legitma InJean Francois the End PDF Å Lyotard claimed to have laid the grand narrative to rest Yet the ecological disasters of recent years Myerson argues, herald a return of the big story, and in a new way are a legitmation, after all, of science Once again, the minutiae of the everyday are simultaneously part of the bigger picture.

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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Ecology and the End of Postmodernism
  • George Myerson
  • English
  • 18 March 2018
  • 1840462795

10 thoughts on “Ecology and the End of Postmodernism

  1. Meg says:

    I bought this book mostly for the cover, and because it was super cheap at Powell s No surprise, then, that the contents weren t exactly thrilling Myerson s main point is that global warming and other looming ecological disasters are serving as new grand narratives, with Man the scientific knower as the main actor Hence, rather than ecology taking us into some new realm beyond modernity, it is in fact rooting us everfirmly in modernity.An interesting and possibly defendable point, but M I bought this book mostly for the cover, and because it was super cheap at Powell s No surprise, then, that the contents weren t exactly thrilling Myerson s main point is that global warming and other looming ecological disasters are serving as new grand narratives, with Man the scientific knower as the main actor Hence, rather than ecology taking us into some new realm beyond modernity, it is in fact rooting us everfirmly in modernity.An interesting and possibly defendable point, but Myerson goes about making it through a rather shallow analysis of postmodern theory that is mashed together with a quick gloss of current events in Britain A fast read, but given the lack of substance in his argument, it could have been even faster had he just stated his point and been done with it

  2. Mitch says:

    shows exactly how clueless postmodernism is.

  3. Erin says:

    There is never enough info in these teasers for me to decide whether I agree with the theory presented Oh, well At least I learned something new and found suggestions for further reading

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