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Modernism is a troubled and fluctuating aesthetic response to
conditions of modernity produced by a particular process of modernization.
A proper interpretation of the rise of postmodernism, therefore,
ought to grapple with the nature of modernization.
(The Condition of Postmodernity p. 99, copyright 1989)
/ 23 April 2012
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