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" The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot really be destroyed, because its destruction leads to silence, must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently "
Umberto Eco and the Open Text: Semiotics, Fiction, Popular Culture - Page 101
by Peter Bondanella - 2005 - 236 pages
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Five Faces of Modernity: Modernism, Avant-garde, Decadence, Kitsch ...

Matei Călinescu - Architecture - 1987 - 395 pages
...moment comes when the avant-garde (the modern) can go no further. . . . The postmodern reply . . . consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...to silence, must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently.24 Eco is aware that this kind of argument (modernism has exhausted all its formal possibilities)...
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Exploring Postmodernism: Selected Papers Presented at a Workshop on ...

Matei Calinescu, Douwe Wessel Fokkema - Literary Collections - 1990 - 269 pages
...The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot be really destroyed, because its destruction leads to silence,...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently" (1984:67). One has no trouble noticing that the metahistorical concepts proposed by Eco are elaborations...
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Citadel Culture

Otto Karl Werckmeister - Art - 1991 - 210 pages
...metalanguage that speaks of its impossible texts (conceptual art). The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently. Such salto mortales of discarding and preserving what is devalued cannot make up for the lost historical...
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Reading Between Texts: Intertextuality and the Hebrew Bible

Danna Nolan Fewell - Religion - 1992 - 285 pages
...subversive interpretations." 11 Umberto Eco (1983:67) has written that "the postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently." It is in this way that we may "revisit" the character of YHWH in this narrative, fully aware that our...
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Jnanagarbha on the Two Truths: An Eighth Century Handbook of Madhyamaka ...

Jñānagarbha, Malcolm David Eckel - Buddhist philosophy - 1992 - 220 pages
...the second an emptiness; the first is the speculative, the second the ironic. S0ren Kierkegaard . . . The past, since it cannot really be destroyed, because...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently. Umberto Eco All genuinely ultimate projects of consciousness eventually become projects for the unraveling...
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The Concept of Modernism

Astradur Eysteinsson - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 265 pages
...and also notes, much as Barth has, that the modernist destruction of the past must be reverted; now "the past, since it cannot really be destroyed, because...to silence, must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently."26 It is interesting to note what Eco has to say about the cultural politics of modernism,...
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PC Wars: Politics and Theory in the Academy

Jeffrey Williams - Art - 1995 - 340 pages
...Umberto Eco defines it m The Postscript to the Name of the Rose, "The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently" (67). Postmodern literature can be described similarly, for Hutcheon, as "historiographic metafiction"...
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Intertextualität als Konstruktionsprinzip: Transformation des Kriminalromans ...

Marieke Krajenbrink - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1996 - 352 pages
...einem triadischen Geschichtsmodell) erscheint. ^Vgl. Umberto Eco: "The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently". UE: Postscript to Hinwendung zur Differenz — die "Anpassung" an die nach dem ErzählIch heute "vorgegebene[-.]...
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A House of Words: Jewish Writing, Identity and Memory

Norman Ravvin - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 191 pages
...however, offers one that is relevant to the context of this essay: "The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...must be revisited: but with irony, not innocently" (Eco 67). 7 In the plans for a condominium to be built on Vancouver's English Bay, Henriquez includes...
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Reading Eco: An Anthology

Rocco Capozzi - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 512 pages
...postmodernism. . . The past conditions us, harries us, blackmails us. [. . .] The postmodern reply to the modern consists of recognizing that the past, since it cannot...to silence, must be revisited: but with irony, not innocence.37 Once again, this explains why authors like Cervantes, Galileo, Marino, Tesauro, Locke,...
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