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Author: Cyrus Manasseh
Title: The Words of Gandhi and How the Libertarian Collectivist Anti-individualistic Post-Modern Turn has Shaped our World
Publisher: Grin Verlag
ISBN/ISSN: 9783346171672
Edition: 1
Price: CHF 12.30
Publication date: 01/01/2020
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Category: Philosophie
Language: English
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Pages: 15
Kopierschutz: kein Kopierschutz
Geräte: PC/MAC/eReader/Tablet
Formate: PDF
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Academic Paper from the year 2015 in the subject Philosophy - Practical (Ethics, Aesthetics, Culture, Nature, Right, ...), The University of Western Australia (School of Visual Arts), course: Philosophy, language: English, abstract: The social effects of a 'Libertarian' anti-individualistic post-modernism for us today, are meaningful and significant. Perhaps, many of us have heard about post-modernism? And some can say that we have read about it. But how many really know how much post-modernism has influenced every single thing we now do and think? Making special reference to Jordan Peterson's critiques as well as Socrates and The Enlightenment period and the internet, the essay discusses and evaluates the good and bad side effects of post-modernism and addresses how we might learn from understanding them. This academic essay was part of previous research undertaken when I was lecturing at the University of Western Australia where I had also achieved my PhD. In 2015 I left it unpublished and have subsequently amended and updated it.

Cyrus Manasseh is a novelist, essayist, philosopher, historian and musician. He teaches in universities and privately as a higher education consultant. Prof. Cyrus Manasseh PhD is also a Freelance Researcher and author of the books 'The Lead Guitarist'; 'The Island Library'; and 'The Problematic of Video Art in the Museum 1968-90'. He is an international scholar and has presented his ideas in a number of countries. He is author of numerous essays and scientific articles in the field of art history, film, music. architecture, video, museums, evolving media and theatre-drama. His published essays and articles include: 'The Words of Gandhi and How the Libertarian Collectivist Anti-individualistic Post-Modern Turn has Shaped our World,' 'Against Roland Barthes. Why Ibsen's "A Doll's House" is Not a Feminist Text, but a Humanist one,' 'Revising Animation Genres: Jan Svankmajer, Tim Burton and James Cameron and the Study of Myth,' 'Cinema and Mass Media in Modernity. Walter Benjamin and the Reproducible Image,' 'The Problem with the Influence of the Moving Image in Society Today, the Alter-Modern and the Disappearance of a Focus on the Internal', The Art Museum in the 19th Century J. J. Winckelmann's Influence on the Establishing of the Classical Paradigm of the Art Museum; Art without the Aesthetic? Defining Conceptual & Post-Conceptual Practices'; 'Art, Language & Machines: Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia & Raymond Roussel' and many others. He has presented his research at international academic forums in London, Sydney, Perth, Venice, Prague and Harvard where he was session chair and has lectured and has taught extensively in Italian, Irish and Australian Universities and Colleges. He was a finalist for the International Award for Excellence in the Constructed Environment Journal Writers Award Annual Prize for the academic essay 'An Inquiry into the Design and the Aesthetics of the Venice Biennale Pavilions and Film'. He is particularly focused on the problematic of post-modernism for culture and society. His novels 'The Lead Guitarist' and 'The Island Library' are currently available on Amazon.