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“We are right to respond to meta-narratives like this with incredulity.”
“I'll take my chances with a man (Romney) who believes meta-narratives were initiiated by a moral God and not an amoral relativist.”
“This, he said, is a pagan world where there is a scepticism about meta-narratives.”
“Ultimately, the problem with the meta-narratives is that they don't deliver.”
“This entire debate has been about definitions, theory and the philosophical underpinnings of sex and gender meta-narratives.”
“I was made to question everything about meta-narratives, about a reality which was constructed in a reality I had no experience of etc.etc.”
“Such meta-narratives are considered suspect because they provide authoritative readings of reality.”
“If modernism sought to craft grand meta-narratives that could explicate the Big Picture of the human condition, fusing rationalism and romaticism, modern science and ancient myth, the postmodernism which claims to reject all such grand meta-narratives sounds suspiciously like a meta-narrative in its own right.”
“If the meta-narratives are false, the reality they claim to refer to is lost to us; all we have left is an incoherent collage of conflicting stories.”
“These are Lyotard's "meta-narratives", theories of history that project an underlying universalist organisation upon an inherently meaningless jumble of events and experiences.”
Looking for tweets for meta-narratives.