Coordonate ale disputei dintre postmodernitate ÅŸi modernitate: III. Coordonata filosofico-epistemologica

Roman, Miron
September 2010
Revista de Stiinte Politice;2010, Issue 27, p49
Academic Journal
The article continues the measures undergone in issue 24/2009 and 25/2009 of this Revue, on the coordinates of manifestation of the general paradigm of post-modernity, with the approach of the philosophical-epistemological coordinate. One analyses Nietzsche's heretical conception over philosophy (an avant la lettre postmodern man); the approaches of the representatives of the "second wave" of the logical anti-positivism, as an overture of logical postmodernism; the de-normativization of the discourse promoted by the French post-structuralism (mainly the one launched by Barthes 2, referring to the practice of writing); J. Derrida's deconstructive project of grammatology, axed on the barthesian concept of writing.


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