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Does Postmodernism oppose progress?
Postmodernism opposes progress.
Postmodern thought defines progress as an illegitimate social construct.
Postmodernism questions elements of Enlightenment rationality.
Postmodernism has yet not given us major contributions to life quality or lifespan.
To the postmodernist, truth is categorically invalid. This philosophy makes it impossible to establish authoritative laws and principles for a society to run under.
Postmodernism is progress agnostic.
Progress is subjective, it depends on what each individual values in life which is not based on biological needs or facts.
Postmodernism leads us to a plural world where many truths and forms of progress are equally possible and worthy.
Postmodernism opens progressive possibilities as far as science, art and culture are concerned.
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