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Why is the non-aesthetic position on art not absorbed by society?

In your question, you lay out some qualities someone who accepts the non-aesthetic position on art might have. An artist who is non-aesthetic is not concerned with producing something the majority of ...
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Why is the non-aesthetic position on art not absorbed by society?

It's important to note that there do exist artists doing new and innovative things in art, and theorists are still creating new theories. But in general, your question is in some ways its own answer. ...
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So how does deconstruction actually impact the modernity of science?

Your question could use some narrowing. In general, it is true that so-called postmodern studies and issues will have very little impact on the actual practice of the experimental "hard sciences.&...
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How is art critical of life after modernity has ended?

Art as social criticism continues to have impact and efficacy, I would argue. For example: Kehinde Wiley's work is a critique of how Black people are undervalued. It operates by transposing ordinary ...
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Why is the non-aesthetic position on art not absorbed by society?

You need to distinguish between professional artists and hobbyists. If someone is trying to make a living through art, it has to have appeal to others. Otherwise, they won't get many sales and they ...
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So how does deconstruction actually impact the modernity of science?

There is no connection between the practice of modern science and the deconstruction school in philosophy. Physics departments do not place postmodern deconstructionists on their faculty. Particle ...
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