That's untrue. Sometimes I wonder if you object for the sake of objection.
I do like postmodernism, though...
And I don't think a trite statement like "blah, blah untrue, you object for sake of objection" is a very good reason for me not to like it.
For instance, you could tell me what the alternatives are.
Originally Posted by Postmodernism
Salient features of postmodernism are normally thought to include the ironic play with styles, citations and narrative levels, a metaphysical skepticism or nihilism towards a “grand narrative” of Western culture,a preference for the virtual at the expense of the real, and a “waning of affect” on the part of the subject
Skepticism is good, but building societies and belief systems on skepticism and nihilism will lead to total chaos, destroying its own fundaments. It is only sustainable by the elite, so it's kind of an elitist worldview. It fails to grasp the social necessity of moving towards a "grand narrative", while constantly emphasizing that it doesn't exist (how do you know? even then, who cares?). I could go on forever.
Alternative: integrating the rationality and the anthropological optimism of the Enlightenment with the sentimentality and surreality of romanticism into the experiences and the skepticism of modernity, creating a new worldview.