Postmodernism – in 1 sentence
‘By its very nature the postmodern worldview is difficult to define, and some would resist calling it such. It is an eclectic movement, originating in aesthetics, architecture, and philosophy. A postmodern perspective is skeptical of any grounded theoretical perspectives. It rejects the certainties of modernism and approaches art, science, literature, and philosophy with a pessimistic, disillusioned outlook.
Questioning the possibility of clear meaning or truth this view is about discontinuity, suspicion of motive and an acceptance of logical incoherence.’ Amy Orr-Ewing