The most important book most of you will never read–or, ‘doing the continental’. Sweet Dreams. The story of the New Romantics. From club culture to style culture (2021)
In late modernity Gary Eberle issued…a call to become postmodern ‘Hunters and Collectors’, who must: Wander through the geography of nowhere picking up bits and pieces of world-views that we may find useful: we must try to patch together a meaningful life for ourselves from these fragments.1 In a similar fashion, the historian and philosopher Agnes Heller declared: “…this is not a good time to be writing systems. On the other hand, it is quite a good time to be writing fragments
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