postbourgeois

postbourgeois

(ˌpəʊstˈbʊəʒwɑː; -bʊəˈʒwɑː)
adj
(in Marxist thought) belonging to a period of society after the decline of the bourgeoisie
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The 1960s was postbourgeois, setting aside nettlesome social constraints.
Taken together, the works on view express the despairing atomization, and the compromised longing for solidarity, of a postbourgeois creative class hovering on the brink of its own obsolescence.
Postmodernism is commonly defined as postmale, posturban, and postbourgeois, but here is a band that applies the prefix "post" to a musical genre.
Filming Postbourgeois Suburbia: Office Space and the New American Suburb.
8) Johann Baptist Metz, The Emergent Church: The Future of Christianity in a Postbourgeois World, trans, Peter Mann (New York: Crossroad, 1981), pp.
29) Johann Baptist Metz, The Emergent Church--The Future of Christianity in a PostBourgeois World, London, SCM, 1981, p.
Religion does not transform society; rather, bourgeois society does not rest until religion fits in with itself and with what it considers reasonable" (Johann Baptist Metz, The Emergent Church: The Future of Christianity in a Postbourgeois World, trans.
The idea that the United States and similar societies are dominated by a decadent, postbourgeois "new class" was developed by thinkers in the Trotskyist tradition like James Burnham and Max Schachtman, who influenced an older generation of neocons.
Robbins does a good job of defining what I would call the postbourgeois cosmopolite, and it is worth noting in passing that both 19th-century nationalists and post-World War II communists did make public their dislike of the cosmopolitan tastes and practices of those bound, to quote from Kundera's recent novel Identity, by a "a friendship above nation.
In many Western countries issues involving postbourgeois versus materialist values, gender issues, public versus private consumption, and state employment have gained ascendancy.
In other words," he writes in summary, "the language of postbourgeois theory about the public realm is not adequate to treat the complications of the relationship of literary (and dramatic and cinematic) fiction to public discourse, and my readings of the fiction, although borrowing from the theory, also expose its flaws" (4).
Another striking contribution to this project of commemorating the functions of the now defunct postbourgeois public sphere--or of reconceiving and thereby resuscitating it--is Julien's staging of an ongoing public reading of all three volumes of Das Kapital, in a simulated agora space designed by the architect David Adjaye for the Biennale's extensive performance program.