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PLURIDISCIPLINARITY OF POSTMODERNIST APPROACH
PLURIDISCIPLINARITY OF POSTMODERNIST APPROACH

Author(s): Mirela Radu
Subject(s): Post-War period (1950 - 1989), Hermeneutics
Published by: Editura Pro Universitaria
Keywords: postmodernism; pluridisciplinatity; gnoseology; hermeneutics;

Summary/Abstract: The last century witnessed a continuous interrogation on the structure and validity of values (moral, political and literary). Romanticism, symbolism or Pre-Raphaelitism, meant for the 19th century, moments of negation, more or less ardent, of the previous literature. But these negations replace, in fact, a literary convention or a system of values with another. Dadaists’ or futurists’ rebellion replaced the system of values of the century beginning with a state of permanent negation of any system, denying any constraints. In the years of World War I, the phenomenon seemed ephemeral, a mere extravagance among others of the time, but today, in historical perspective, we find their synchronicity with some innovations of our century in poetry and prose.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 104-113
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: English