Helen Pluckrose on Group Identity Theory as Reified Post-Modernism

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Video via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoi9omtAiNQ&feature=youtu.be

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Sanje Das:

"In June of 2020, Helen Pluckrose gave a talk on the evolution of Postmodernist thought, highlighting three distinct periods of this evolution, ending with the current period which she and James Lindsay, the co-author of Cynical Theories call Reified Post-modernism. This talk offers a useful overview of the origins of words, phrases, beliefs about reality, activist strategies and behavioral practices of a very specific ideological framework called Critical Social Justice which draws much of ideas from three different historical phases of Post-modernist thought. Two of the most fundamental ideas in this framework is that there is no objective reality and that there are no universal human experiences." (http://socialjusticeevolution.org/home-page/blog-page/)