Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Twin Sides of Antimodernism: A Response to Paul Chan’s Progress as Regression

Pac Pobric [1] It is a common and, at this point, hopelessly exhausted “postmodern” (read: antimodern) critique that the period of modernity, as the legacy of the Enlightenment, was a fundamentally conservative set of cultural and political moments; that its

The Twin Sides of Antimodernism: A Response to Paul Chan’s Progress as Regression

Pac Pobric [1] It is a common and, at this point, hopelessly exhausted “postmodern” (read: antimodern) critique that the period of modernity, as the legacy of the Enlightenment, was a fundamentally conservative set of cultural and political moments; that its