Bad Literature is the New Philosophy

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Merging_Theater_Masks This delightful New York Times piece by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, author of the book, 36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction portrays the dismantling of philosophy by postmodernist literature departments. Modern literature has abandoned its true calling of unwrapping the life’s intricacies through well-written narrative and replacing it with a pseudo-philosophy of cultural analysis and construction. It makes universal pronouncements of the death of universality and lofty arguments which conclude that logic is irrelevant.

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