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  1. Tal vez un buen argumento en defensa de la autoría tradicional es que fomenta, si no la responsabilidad intelectual, sí al menos un cierto pudor que la multitud destituyente necesita como agua de mayo.
    https://elpais.com/cultura/2017/08/21/babelia/1503332161_366492.html
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  2. Con los seudónimos de «Jamie Lindsay» y «Peter Boyle», y enmarcado en el ficticio «Grupo de Investigación Social Independiente del Sureste», escribimos un artículo absurdo con base en la teoría del género discursivo posestructuralista. El artículo era ridículo adrede, pues nuestra argumentación se basaba esencialmente en que los penes no debían considerarse como órganos genitales masculinos, sino como construcciones sociales perjudiciales. Ni siquiera nos molestamos en saber qué significa realmente la «teoría del género discursivo posestructuralista», dimos por hecho que si dejábamos meramente claro que nuestras implicaciones morales se basaban en que la masculinidad es intrínsecamente mala y que el pene está, de alguna manera, en la raíz de todo ello, conseguiríamos que nos publicasen el artículo en alguna revista respetable...
    http://www.sinpermiso.info/textos/una...modernismo-el-pene-conceptual-como-un
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  3. La autora ve a la izquierda identitaria y su «diversidad» como el resultado de un giro en el que se pasó de cuestionar las estructuras y afirmar la igualdad, a darlas por buenas y aceptar que la única lucha legítima era la de las élites de las minorías por pertenecer a la élite global.
    https://www.dissentmagazine.org/onlin...ism-reactionary-populism-nancy-fraser
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  4. El deseo de demoler la Ilustración permite a los más lúcidos de la alt-right americana utilizar a los filósofos postmodernos y convertir lo sembrado por la izquierda académica en frutos para la nueva derecha fascistizante.
    https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/03/ja...al-philosophy-modernity-enlightenment
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  5. Derrida entendido como una voz que nos llama contra el reduccionismo de cualquier tipo, en un vídeo de The School of Life
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0tnHr2dqTs
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  6. Los que nos consideramos humanistas debemos tomar el relevo de la experiencia religiosa y conseguir de paso que el arte no sea mera decoración, para que la gente no se reseque ni se suicide.
    http://www.elcultural.com/noticias/le...ma-es-una-refundacion-permanente/8366
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  7. ¿Cómo serían las escenas más famosas del cine representadas al modo del arte clásico otomano? Una preciosidad que recuerda por momentos a Hergè
    http://www.playgroundmag.net/musica/n...omo-si-fuera-arte-del-imperio-otomano
    Tags: , , por David de Ugarte (2014-02-24)
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  8. The care of the sick unfolds in stories. The effective practice of healthcare requires the ability to recognize, absorb, interpret, and act on the stories and plights of others. Medicine practiced with narrative competence is a model for humane and effective medical practice. It addresses the need of patients and caregivers to voice their experience, to be heard and to be valued, and it acknowledges the power of narrative to change the way care is given and received.
    http://ce.columbia.edu/narrative-medicine
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  9. I believe there is more to this shift than a simple change in cultural fashion. The terms by which authority, knowledge, selfhood, reality and time are conceived have been altered, suddenly and forever. There is now a gulf between most lecturers and their students akin to the one which appeared in the late 1960s, but not for the same kind of reason. The shift from modernism to postmodernism did not stem from any profound reformulation in the conditions of cultural production and reception; all that happened, to rhetorically exaggerate, was that the kind of people who had once written Ulysses and To the Lighthouse wrote Pale Fire and The Bloody Chamber instead. But somewhere in the late 1990s or early 2000s, the emergence of new technologies re-structured, violently and forever, the nature of the author, the reader and the text, and the relationships between them.

    Secondly, whereas postmodernism favoured the ironic, the knowing and the playful, with their allusions to knowledge, history and ambivalence, pseudo-modernism’s typical intellectual states are ignorance, fanaticism and anxiety: Bush, Blair, Bin Laden, Le Pen and their like on one side, and the more numerous but less powerful masses on the other. Pseudo-modernism belongs to a world pervaded by the encounter between a religiously fanatical segment of the United States, a largely secular but definitionally hyper-religious Israel, and a fanatical sub-section of Muslims scattered across the planet: pseudo-modernism was not born on 11 September 2001, but postmodernism was interred in its rubble. In this context pseudo-modernism lashes fantastically sophisticated technology to the pursuit of medieval barbarism – as in the uploading of videos of beheadings onto the internet, or the use of mobile phones to film torture in prisons. Beyond this, the destiny of everyone else is to suffer the anxiety of getting hit in the cross-fire. But this fatalistic anxiety extends far beyond geopolitics, into every aspect of contemporary life; from a general fear of social breakdown and identity loss, to a deep unease about diet and health; from anguish about the destructiveness of climate change, to the effects of a new personal ineptitude and helplessness, which yield TV programmes about how to clean your house, bring up your children or remain solvent. This technologised cluelessness is utterly contemporary: the pseudo-modernist communicates constantly with the other side of the planet, yet needs to be told to eat vegetables to be healthy, a fact self-evident in the Bronze Age. He or she can direct the course of national television programmes, but does not know how to make him or herself something to eat – a characteristic fusion of the childish and the advanced, the powerful and the helpless. For varying reasons, these are people incapable of the “disbelief of Grand Narratives” which Lyotard argued typified postmodernists.
    http://www.philosophynow.org/issues/5...The_Death_of_Postmodernism_And_Beyond
    Tags: por David de Ugarte and 1 other (2012-05-05)
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  10. The ability to interpret reality and tell other people what is true and what is false is the greatest power that humans have ever held. The power of narratives.
    http://torrentfreak.com/the-net-vs-the-power-of-narratives-120429
    Tags: por David de Ugarte (2012-04-30)
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