Falling off the edge of the modern world?

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Title Falling off the edge of the modern world?
Author(s) Scott Greer
Journal American Psychologist
Date 2001
Volume 56
Issue
Start page 367
End page 368
Abstract Comments on the J. Martin and J. Sugarman (see record 2000-08148-003) argument for a skeptical, middle-ground position that might allow psychologists to resist a forced choice between modernism and postmodernism in their subject matter and understanding. While the current author agrees with many of Martin and Sugarman's points, he questions 2 main issues. First, the modernism-postmodernism dichotomy needs to be revised. Second, Greer argues that this revision leads to a different conception of knowledge qua knowledge, which in turn affects the charges brought against postmodernism brought by Martin and Sugarman.

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