Falling off the edge of the modern world?
|Title||Falling off the edge of the modern world?|
|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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