The Pros And Cons Of Postmodernism

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Introductions There is more than one way to skin a cat, the saying goes; although it is not a pleasant sight its is however a very interesting way of deductive thinking and critical reasoning… one question, one answer that’s the assumption, however one question, one answer, two more questions and a different question is the reality of how postmodernism has quickly cultivated into our lives today. The aim of this paper is to argue the pro and cons of post modernism and how they influence each other through our process of thinking and everyday living. Furthermore the paper will attempt to persuade the reader with well-developed reasons that substantiate and connect the logical idea behind critical reason and the processes of thinking. Before…show more content…
(Townsell, 2007). We can look over the all the pros excluding the ability of choice. To elaborate on that, we take a look at how the media , the communication structures and educational systems are ill-exposed to those that are ‘able to exercise choice; ie: I have a choice to a television set, however that also means I have invited someone to come and tell me exactly what I need to have a peaceful…show more content…
(Townsell, 2007) With so many rules about how there are no rules, postmodernism has altered the way we think or rather, post modernism has become a way of thinking, even if it mean we do not understand it. So much that more often than not we forget to go through deductions and critical reason before we make up our minds, because we are now in the age where everything happens twice as fast and a lifestyle has a price tag in the
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