POSTMODERNISM AND THE QUESTION OF IDENTITY
Author(s):
Laden Yangzom Sherpa
Keywords:
Postmodernism, Gender, Identity, Feminism, Metaphysical.
Abstract
Instead of making reference to what some theories of mind have claimed, the linguistic turn here is based on the idea that because language is riven with figuration, a mobile army of metaphors, metonyms, and anthropomorphism, to borrow a phrase from Nietzsche, it cannot accurately represent the world, much less in the way that some theories of mind claim it can. The overwhelming desire to accept the subject's death, a directive that, as Perry Anderson remarked, became the catchphrase of the decade, is a sign of the times. The announcement spread throughout the numerous fields related to structuralist theory.
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Unique Paper ID: 156511

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 4

Page(s): 25 - 27
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