So Y asked three interesting questions regarding Grid-Group Cultural Theory. This is a line of thought, a method of inquiry, developed by the British social anthropologist Mary Douglas, along with numerous collaboraters, and more recently numerous younger adopters who never actually worked with Douglas. Its early presentation was in the influential book Natural Symbols. DMK … Continue reading More on Questions about Grid-Group Theory
Some questions about Grid-Group Cultural Theory
Here's some provocative questions about Cultural Theory from Y. Before I attempt an answer, I wonder if anyone else reading this has an opinion or comment... 1. is the theory considered to be a post modern one? 2. does it have prestige in the academic world or is considered niche theory? 3. do you think … Continue reading Some questions about Grid-Group Cultural Theory
Oh My God, they killed PoMo!!!
A couple of days ago I finally noticed that I had missed a 2006 article by Alan Kirkby in Philosophy Now on the supposed death of postmodernism. Oh my God, they killed PoMo!!! I thought. Though admittedly, I had heard some fairly cruel rumours. I Googled Alan Kirkby and went over to the full online … Continue reading Oh My God, they killed PoMo!!!