The Cambridge Companion to Postmodernism
The Cambridge Companion to Postmodernism offers a comprehensive introduction to postmodernism. The Companion examines the different aspects of postmodernist thought and culture that have had a significant impact on contemporary cultural production and thinking. Topics discussed by experts in the field include postmodernism's relation to modernity, and its significance and relevance to literature, film, law, philosophy, architecture, religion and modern cultural studies. The volume also includes a useful guide to further reading and a chronology. This is an essential aid for students and teachers from a range of disciplines interested in postmodernism in all its incarnations. Accessible and comprehensive, this Companion addresses the many issues surrounding this elusive, enigmatic and often controversial topic.
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Postmodernism and philosophy
Postmodernism and ﬁlm
Postmodernism and literature
Postmodernism and performance
Postmodernism and space
Science technology and postmodernism
Postmodernism and postreligion
Postmodernism and ethics against the metaphysics
IO Law and justice in postmodernity
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