The Existence of a Real World

The Existence of a Real World

I’d posted recently on Stefan’s debate with a post-modernist who, despite at first proclaiming that post-modernism was nothing like what its detractors claimed, managed to only hold onto anti-authoritarian as his personal view (and as Lewis will later teach us, even that is just his preference). I’d also started reading┬áThe Abolition of Man, and noted how it was an attack on the undercurrents that would later form post-modernism well before it had crystallized with Derrida, etc. Nevertheless, it’s clear that it goes back so much further than the 60’s as even in 1943 the trends were there for the wise Read more »