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<p>"All that is solid melts into air," wrote Marx in the 19th century. He was premature. Postmodernity, which aspires to melt solids, arrived a century later. A <strong>pre-history of post-truth</strong></p>

"All that is solid melts into air," wrote Marx in the 19th century. He was premature. Postmodernity, which aspires to melt solids, arrived a century later. A pre-history of post-truthContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:<p>"All that is solid melts into air," wrote Marx in the 19th century. He was premature. Postmodernity, which aspires to melt solids, arrived a century later. A <strong>pre-history of post-truth</strong></p> Read more [...]
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