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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Thought provoking read., 18 Mar 2013
This review is from: The Age to Come: Authenticity, Post-Modernism and How To Survive What Comes Next (Kindle Edition)
David Boyle's Age to Come is a thought provoking read looking at different movements including modernism, post-modernism and the new Stuckism movement. He also discusses how government, education and business will have to change and adapt in the future. He argues that a growing minority of people are trying to break away from the 'ideals' of modern society - rebelling against big chain stores in the search for local, natural products. Although I did not agree with all his arguments (I am not sure Beyoncé lip-syncing the US National Anthem symbolised the end of post-modernism) his writing was engaging and I would thoroughly recommend this book.
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