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The Postmodernist Embrace of Counterfeit Thinking

Postmodernism: A Primer for Reasoning Minds | Part 6: The Postmodernist Embrace of Counterfeit Thinking

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Postmodernism posits as a basic premise the rejection of reason as a Western superstition. It does not demonstrate that reason is akin to superstition, for the practical reason that an argument requires evidence or proof, and evidence and proof require an objective reality to establish evidential facts acquired from the foundational sensory evidence that forms the building blocks for the creation of higher-level concepts.