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. -- William Conholly, Identity/Difference The postmodern movement in contemporary political and philosophical thought encompasses a variety of thinkers who dispute the viability of modern civilization. As such, postmodernism nevertheless is linked inextricably from that which it opposes, and it seems intrinsically to invite an inquiry into its relation to the modern antecedents against which it defines itself. I am concerned here with only a subset of postmodern thinkers, namely, with select American political theorists who find the vital means for a conceptualization of liberal democracy in the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche. A confirmed opponent of modern civilization, Nietzsche has exerted a seminal influence on postmodern thought. This influence extends to contemporary political theory where some theorists have constructed out of Nietzschean materials what they set forth as a postmodern vision of political life. 1 Broadly stated, such theorists aim at a formulation of liberalism that is unencumbered by what they, following Nietzsche, take to be an untenable metaphysical faith that has hitherto conditioned our

 
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[ACADEMIC] Perspectives on Political Science (1995)
 



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