Postmodern Globalism

Postmodernism is less well known than Globalism. Still, both are based upon a cultural outlook that rejects traditional values and institutions. Consider the analysis offered by Conservapedia and some aspects of the postmodernist ideas:

·        Truth is a “social construct,” rather than objectively provable, and by extension is merely relative.

·        As an extension of this, History is considered “fiction” or “storytelling”

·       Human agency is the only thing allowing for ideals like peace, power, and control to actually have power since they themselves lack any despite being passed down for ages due to just being ideals.

Source: Postmodern Globalism

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