hypermodernity love


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  • n. The property of being hypermodern.


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hyper- +‎ modernity


  • Evidently by the time of the interview he had already been visiting hospitals, as he notes their science fiction-like hypermodernity, and even advises his interviewers to visit one.

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  • Continuous City tells the story of a traveling father and his daughter at home tethered and transformed by speed, hypermodernity, and failing cell phones.


  • Our point rather, is the to examine the myth of Industry-as-Progress in these early years of the twenty-first century and to show that those who dream of hypermodernity today (Left wing bourgeoisie, mediots, and other assorted being like scientists of Esplanade) are actually way way behind times.


  • Indian Express lead today), got into the act, dancing to the jingle of money, as the neon signs of global hypermodernity gradually lit up the night skyline of Indian cities.



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