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In Nordic Ideology, the anticipated sequel to The Listening Society, the great philosopher Hanzi Freinacht strikes again from his refuge in the Alps—now with a yet bolder mission: to write social and political theory as a page-turner.


This book can be read independently of the first one and it outlines a path to a metamodern society, emerging from the Nordic countries—one

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Published May 29th 2019 by Metamoderna ApS
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Филипп Феодосеев
If the previous academic works on ‘metamodernism’ (Vermeulen, Van der Akker, Gibbons) were apt in pointing out the real shifts in feelings and expectations of the artists, and if some other people who played with the term (Seth Abramson, Luke Turner) were capable of voicing relevant implications, precepts, and ‘rules’ of metamodern worldview, it is only within a framework developed by Hanzi Freinacht that these many different lines are synchronised to make real applied sense. Why? Partly because ...more
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This book is not disappointing. Even though sometimes I felt some naivety in the system Hanzi is proposing (I think it is normal when you want to propose a brand new ideology), he did a very compelling diagnostic of the current state of affairs and the history of mankind from a kind of hegelian dialectic (which you can understand in a deeper way reading the Book One). He tried to take all the variables, he tried to understand the mistakes we as a human beings have committed through history and ...more
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