The Condition of Postmodernity: An Enquiry into the Origins of Cultural Change
April 1992, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: The Passage from Modernity to Postmodernity in Contemporary Culture: .
2. Modernity and Modernism.
4. Postmodernism in the City: Architecture and Urban Design.
6. POSTmodernISM or postMODERNism?.
Part II: The Political-Economic Transformation of late Twentieth-Century Capitalism: .
9. From Fordism to Flexible Accumulation.
10. Theorizing the Transition.
11. Flexible Accumulation - Solid Transformation or Temporary Fix?.
Part III: The Experience of Space and Time: .
13. Individual Spaces and Times in Social Life.
14. Time and Space as Sources of Social Power.
15. The Time and Space of the Enlightenment Project.
16. Time-space Compression and the Rise of Modernism as a Cultural Force.
17. Time-Space Compression and the Postmodern Condition.
18. Time and Space in the Postmodern Cinema.
Part IV: The Condition of Postmodernity:.
19. Postmodernity as a Historical Condition.
20. Economics with Mirrors.
21. Postmodernism as the Mirror of Mirrors.
22. Fordist Modernism versus Flexible Postmodernism, or the Interpenetration of Opposed Tendencies in Capitalism as a Whole.
23. The Transformative and Speculative Logic of Capital.
24. The Work of Art in an Age of Electronic Reproduction and Image Banks.
25. Responses to Time-Space Compression.
26. The Crisis of Historical Materialism.
27. Cracks in the Mirrors, Fusions at the Edges.
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