The Concept of Postmodernism in the Philosophy of Constructive Postmodernism

Weifu WU

Abstract


A scientific grasp of the concept of “post-modern” is a logical prerequisite for understanding the latest development of western philosophy, but so far there is no unified definition of “post-modern”. Therefore, clarify the reason for the tension of the “post-modern” concept and its essential connotation is not only related to the development of philosophy itself, but also has very important practical significance for China that is completing modernization. Reconstructive post-modernism philosophy as the latest development form of post-modernism philosophy, the independent opinions on the concept of “postmodern” contained therein help us to better grasp the essence of the concept of “postmodern”.


Keywords


Post-modern; Post-modern philosophy; Reconstructive post-modern philosophy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11958

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