Re: Foucault a postmodernist?

On Thu, 13 Jul 1995, R Shapiro wrote:

> What's been described here recently as "post-modernism" sounds more to me
> like "post-structuralism". The former is, or at least was, a term from
> aesthetics (originally architecture), not epistomology. The "modernism" in
> question would not be represented by Kant but rather by Joyce, or the
> Bauhaus, or, in some versions, The Beatles. Post-modernism would then be

Expressing the same confusion, I was told the term "postmodernism"
has been used differently for different disciplines - and may mean one trend
for aesthetics and another entirely in epistomology. There may be a
theoretical link, but different tracks taken to explore them.



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