The Fracturing of a Species | Reconsidering What it Means to be Human in Modernism | #2

In this episode of the Neutral Ground Podcast with Dr. Joe Meyer, we're going to take a look at Modernism, the historical movement that gave us "the greatest generation." We'll talk about how this movement led to the fracturing of the masses, and we'll talk a little bit about how this movement connects with Postmodernism. This is an important episode because it will help set the stage for when we talk about our current historical movement: Neomodernism. So, you don't want to skip this episode. 

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