Mars Hill Bible Church is a Christian, non-denominational, Protestant, evangelical Bible megachurch located in Grandville, Michigan. The teaching pastor is Rev. Rob Bell. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mars Hill Bible Church"
Herbert Marshall McLuhan ( July 21, 1911 – December 31, 1980) was a Canadian educator, philosopher, and scholar, professor of English literature, literary critic, and communications theorist, who is one of the founders of the study of media ecology and is today an honorary guru among technophiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marshall McLuhan"
The term massurrealism was coined by artist James Seehafer in 1992 and is sometimes referred to as a post-modernist movement but is more properly identified as an artistic tendency. Massurrealism is based in a further evolution of surrealism with technology and mass media as the catalyst, but this position has been criticized by surrealists, some of whom have stated in rejoinder that surrealism is not an artistic movement. Interest in massurrealism among new media artists has been growing steadily. In 2004 a book of critical essays detailing various aspects of this movement entitled "Massurrealism: A Dossier" was released by Novus Haus. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Massurrealism"
Maximalism is a term used in literature, art, and music to apply to post-minimalist movements or works, named in analogy with minimalism. It is not currently in wide use, though it has become more prominent as of 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maximalism"
Michel Foucault ( October 15, 1926 – June 26, 1984) was a French philosopher who held a chair at the Collège de France, which he gave the title "The History of Systems of Thought." His writings have had an enormous impact on other scholarly work: Foucault's influence extends across the humanities and social sciences, and across many applied and professional areas of study. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michel Foucault"
:This article is about minimalism in art and design. For the computer term see Computing minimalism. For the United States judicial philosophy, see Minimalism (Judicial). For the linguistic meaning of "Minimalism" see Transformational grammar. For the use of the term in music see Minimalist music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minimalism"
Minimalist music is a genre of classical music and experimental music named in the 1960s which displays some or all of the following features: ...more on Wikipedia about "Minimalist music"
The term New Age describes a broad movement of late twentieth century and contemporary Western culture, characterised by an individual eclectic approach to spiritual exploration. Collectively, New Age has some attributes of an emergent religion, but is currently a loose network of spiritual teachers, healers, and seekers. ...more on Wikipedia about "New Age"
Informally known as Ronchamp, the chapel of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, France is considered one of the finest examples of architecture by the late French/Swiss architect Le Corbusier. ...more on Wikipedia about "Notre Dame du Haut"
Paul de Man ( December 6, 1919 – December 21, 1983) was a Belgian-born deconstructionist literary critic and theorist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul de Man"
Paul Karl Feyerabend ( January 13, 1924 - February 11, 1994) was an Austrian-born philosopher of science who lived in England, the United States, New Zealand, Italy, and finally Switzerland. His major works include Against Method (published in 1975), Science in a Free Society (published in 1978) and Farewell to Reason (a collection of papers published in 1987). Feyerabend became famous for his purportedly anarchistic view of science and his rejection of the existence of universal methodological rules. He is an influential figure in the philosophy of science, and also in the sociology of scientific knowledge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Feyerabend"
Polystylism is the use of multiple styles or techniques of music, and is seen as a postmodern characteristic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Polystylism"
A post-industrial society is a proposed name for an economy that has undergone a specific series of changes in structure after a process of industrialization. ...more on Wikipedia about "Post-industrial society"
(Post-modern Classicism) Postmodern Classical music is a musical style. This type of music contains characteristics of postmodern art—that is, art after modernism (see Modernism in Music). It favors eclecticism in musical form and musical genre, and often combines characteristics from different genres, or employs jump-cut sectionalization (such as blocks). It tends towards traditional harmonic practice while at the same time employing colorful orchestration and generally traditional serious forms. These forms usually include all the sonata-based forms such as symphony, as well as traditional choral forms in which language and the poetic is placed as the most important aspect of musical lyricism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Post-modern Classicism"
Post-surrealism is a movement that arose in Southern California in 1934 when Helen Lundeberg and Lorser Feitelson wrote a manifesto explaining their desire to use art to convey the relationship between the perceptual and the conceptual ...more on Wikipedia about "Post-surrealism"
Postmodernity or postmodern architecture is a period whose first examples are generally cited as being from the 1950's, which runs through the present. ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodern architecture"
Postmodern art is a term used to describe art which is thought to be after or in contradiction to some aspect of modernism. As with all divisions the lumpers and splitters problem applies; there are those who argue against a division into modern and postmodern periods. ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodern art"
Postmodern dance is a 20th century concert dance form. A reaction to the compositional and presentation constraints of modern dance, postmodern dance hailed the use of everyday movement as valid performance art and advocated novel methods of dance composition. ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodern dance"
Postmodern music is both a musical style and a musical condition. As a musical style, postmodern music contains characteristics of postmodern art—that is, art after modernism (see Modernism in Music). It favors eclecticism in musical form and musical genre, and often combines characteristics from different genres, or employs jump-cut sectionalization (such as blocks). It tends to be self-referential and ironic, and it blurs the boundaries between "high art" and kitsch. Daniel Albright (2004) summarizes the traits of the postmodern style as bricolage, polystylism, and randomness. ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodern music"
(Postmodern philosophy) Postmodern philosophy is an eclectic and elusive movement characterized by the postmodern criticism and analysis of Western philosophy. Beginning as a critique of Continental philosophy, it was heavily influenced by phenomenology, structuralism and existentialism, and by the philosophers Friedrich Nietzsche and Martin Heidegger. It was also influenced to some degree by Ludwig Wittgenstein's later criticisms of analytic philosophy and Søren Kierkegaard's attack on any type of systematic philosophy. Within postmodern philosophy, there are numerous interrelated fields, including deconstruction and several fields beginning with the prefix "post-", such as post-structuralism, post-Marxism, and post-feminism. In particular postmodern philosophy has spawned a huge literature of critical theory. ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodern philosophy"
Postmodern theatre is a recent phenomenon in world theatre, coming as it does out of the postmodern philosophy that originated in Europe in the 1960s. Typically, a postmodern theatrical work would contain some or all of the following characteristics: ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodern theater"
Postmodernism is any of a wide-ranging set of developments in critical theory, philosophy, architecture, art, literature, history, and culture, which are generally characterized as either emerging from, in reaction to, or superseding modernism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodernism"
Postmodernity (also called post-modernity or the postmodern condition) is a term used by philosophers, social scientists, art critics and social critics to refer to aspects of contemporary art, culture, economics and social conditions that are the result of the unique features of late 20th century and early 21st century life. These features include globalization, consumerism, the fragmentation of authority, and the commoditization of knowledge (see " Modernity") ...more on Wikipedia about "Postmodernity"
Precisionism is an artform that is a type of minimalism. Precisionism emerged after World War I. Influenced strongly by cubism and Italian futurism, Precisionism dealt with technology and architecture. Prominent artists include Charles Demuth and Charles Sheeler. ...more on Wikipedia about "Precisionism"
The Richmond emergent church movement is a regional facit within the U.S. and worldwide emergent church movement. It is located in the Richmond, VA Area. It is similar to the larger movement as a whole, but seems to have distinct features from most of the rest of the movement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Richmond emergent church movement"
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