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Polis (Santiago)

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VALENZUELA, Carlos Y. Foundations of Postmodernism and the "not being interested" on the Universty in (and of) Chile. Polis [online]. 2010, vol.9, n.25, pp.537-553. ISSN 0718-6568.

An attempt to discredit Postmodernism has taken place, yet its great contribution to universal culture has not been valued likewise. Postmodernism begins to develop when the human being realizes that not only their sense organs can deceive them, but also his intellect, reason and his most prized higher faculties. The fall of positivism and rationalism opened the door, supported by the failure of science and philosophy to understand the universe. The nomology (legality) has had to resign in front of the ideograph (unrepeatable and irreversible processes) to understand the development of the universe. The antinomy of the liar, Gödel's theorem, chaotic processes, unpredictability, uncertainty, are part of its substantive elements. Postmodernism has condemned the nomological or race ideologisms that ended in the massacres of the French Revolution, Nazism, and the two World Wars, among others.

Palabras clave : antinomy of the liar; Godelian indecidibility; fall of positivism; fall of rationalism; nomology; ideographic.

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