ПОСТМОДЕРНИ УТОПИЗАМ И „ПОСЛЕДЊИ ЧОВJЕК“
POSTMODERN UTOPIANISM AND „LAST MAN“
Subject(s): Contemporary Philosophy
Published by: Универзитет у Нишу
Keywords: postmodern; postmodernism; post-postmodern; neoliberalism; "the end history"
Summary/Abstract: The work clearly indicates the nature of postmodern and post-modernism, as well as new epochal givens post-postmodern, who became paradigmatic refuge of what is now manifested in the forms of liberal democracy and neoliberal capitalism. The intention of the authors focused on the possibility of a different perceptionof human existence, that its center of gravity will not rely on inaugurated a simulacrum of postmodernism, but the new sources of identity recognition. In order to clearly display the postmodern identity and with а designated dose critical review against the grafts that are the result of postmodernism in the paper, with special attention we look back on the restriction of the subject as free actor. When we say free actor, we think first of all a man who claimed his center in your inner being, and not in the external items. However, postmodernism greatly contributes to the creation of an subject that concentrates the focus of their things, causing their own identification with things, while in the realm of things offered increasingly becoming someone who is consumed and less someone who is ready I create. Postmodernism produces a complete indifference to the antinomies that are not synchronized opposing one another. It is about recognizing the post-modern totalitarianism that has been made, ideological revocation of history, with the aim of glorifying liberal epistemology.
- Issue Year: XXXIX/2015
- Issue No: 4
- Page Range: 1105-1119
- Page Count: 15
- Language: Serbian