Mark Hawkins - Postmodern Parody Religion E.P album FLAC
Category Country Year. Pristine Music Mark 001 Hawkins. Postmodern Parody Religion . (3xFile, MP3, EP, 320).
A parody religion or mock religion is a belief system that challenges spiritual convictions of others, often through humor, satire, or burlesque (literary ridicule). Often created to achieve a specific purpose related to another belief system, a parody religion can be a parody of several religions, sects, gurus, cults, or new religious movements at the same time or even a parody of no particular religion, instead parodying the concept of religious belief itself.
Postmodern literature’s celebratory mode of experimentation found new impetus with the usage of parody and pastiche. While a parody imitates the manner, style or characteristics of a particular literary work/ genre/ author, and deflates the original by applying the imitation to a lowly or inappropriate subject, pastiche literally means to combine, or paste together, multiple elements. Pastiche, thus, can be seen as a representation of the chaotic, pluralistic, or aspects of postmodern society. Fredric Jameson claimed that the general effect of parody is, whether in sympathy or with malice, to cast ridicule.
With "Struck A Nerve" the album featured the band's first song to be played on radio since their debut seven inch. Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam and Johnette Napolitano of Concrete Blond contribute guest vocals. This is also the first Bad Religion album written on piano. After the record's release on Epitaph, it was picked up by Atlantic Records. AlbumsEpitaph RecordsSeptember 21, 1993Recipe For Hate. AlbumsEpitaph RecordsMarch 13, 1992Generator.
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Postmodern Theology – Introduction Postmodern theology begins with a soft form of atheism. Atheism is the theological belief that there is no God, no supernatural Creator, no Divine moral lawgiver, and no ultimate Judge of man’s actions. It is the theological backbone of not only Secular Humanism and Marxism, but it is also the predominant theological view of classical Postmodernism. Yet at times Derrida himself was more cryptic about his atheism. 4 However, when asked why he would not say more plainly ‘I am an atheist,’ he replied, Maybe I’m not an atheist. 5 How can Derrida claim to be and not be an atheist? Both the existence or nonexistence of God requires a universal statement about reality, but Derrida is unwilling to make such an absolute claim.
Other significant examples of 18th century parody include the works of Jonathan Swift and Shamela by Henry Fielding. Some further argue that the beginning of postmodern literature could be marked by significant publications or literary events. For example, some mark the beginning of postmodernism with the first performance of Waiting for Godot in 1953, the first publication of Howl in 1956 or of Naked Lunch in 1959.
For more information, see Postmodern philosophy. Postmodernism is a term which describes the postmodernist movement in the arts, its set of cultural tendencies and associated cultural movements. It is in general the era that follows Modernism. It frequently serves as an ambiguous overarching term for skeptical interpretations of culture, literature, art, philosophy, economics, architecture, fiction, and literary criticism
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- Published By – Copyright Control
- Distributed By – Still Music
- Pressed By – Record Industry – 63975
- Producer, Written-By – Mark Hawkins
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 63975 1A PRISTINE 001
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 63975 1B PRISTINE 001
|Pristine Music 001||Mark Hawkins||Postmodern Parody Religion E.P (3xFile, MP3, EP, 320)||Pristine Music||Pristine Music 001||UK||2008|