sparkle and light casually erase the urgent socio-economic problems. Postmodernism rejects this picture: that is to say, it rejects the doctrine of the unity of reason. Media messages are prime examples that illustrate this phenomenon. As pointed out by Timothy Snyder: An excellent propaganda apparatus, such as the Russian one, can find ways to repeat its message over and over again in slightly different ways and formats. What is interesting is that each phase or technological mode correlates exactly with a wider philosophical epoch of the human history, namely Pre-Modern, Modern, and Post-Modern. The same security implications apply to the European Union, in particular, as one of the major geopolitical players. By Alexander Svitych, the following is a guest post as a second part of a new series from the author. . In the book listed last, Foucault explores how madness is socially constructed by a wide variety of discourses that give rise to collective attitudes or mentalities defining insanity. With her pen-name derived from an Ibsen play, and actively involved in the feminist cause, West wrote on political climate of the cold-war era.
Post, war, movements (1945-1970)
Since sixties the literary life in Great Britain has developed greatly. Perhaps we shall have to wait another half a century or so to be able to make greater generalizations about the later half of the twentieth century. Although Greene produced as many as twenty six novels, those necessary to know are The Power and the Glory (1940 focused on the character of a Whisky-priest in anti-clerical Mexico; The Ministry of Fear (1943) and The End of the Affair (1951) both of which. Post-modernism in art and literature, 1970s. Color-Field Painting (1960s- helen frankenthaler, Bay Side, pop Art (1950s- richard hamilton, Just What Is It That Makes Todays Homes So Different, So Appealing? In the fifties there appears a very interesting trend in literature, the followers of which were called "The Angry Young Men". A Study of History (1947 the term has accumulated a lot of meanings many of which are mutually contradictory. On the one hand, the themes in the modern literary works concern more global problems: the Peace and War, the environmental protection, the relations between the mankind and the Universe.
Thus, rejecting belief in the infinite progress of knowledge; in infinite moral and social advancement; in rigorous definition of the standards of intelligibility, coherence and legitimacy; postmodernism seeks local or provisional, rather than universal and absolute, forms of legitimation. Fourthly, it actively seeks heterogeneity, pluralism, and constant innovation. Advertisements present manipulated images to float a dream world only to trap the viewer for the sale of consumer goods.