Endgames: The Irreconcilable Nature of Modernity: Essays and Lectures

MIT Press (2000)

The title, Endgames, finally also refers polemically to postmodernist games with an end of modernity; as opposed to these, Wellmer defends the fragile moral and political substance of the modernity that postmodernists attempt to overcome- ...
Keywords Philosophy and social sciences   Metaphysics   Postmodernism
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