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Psychology and the Challenge of the Postmodern Condition

  • Linguistics
  • Psychology


We are living in the midst of very fundamental processes of transformation which are global in nature and which touch almost all the domains of our lives, transforming both the contours of our lives and the horizons of our culture. Postmodernism refer to those processes of transformation, which challenge the discourse and organization of modernity, and which strive to create a more meaningful world for the human beings. Postmodernism not only challenges the way we imagine state and society, self and subjectivity in our contemporary world, it is also challenges the way we construct our sciences and the methods we use to make sense of the human condition. The present paper briefly describes the processes of postmodern transformation and then their implication for the way we imagine issues in psychology.

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