Special Issue on Bie-Modern:Beyond the Modern and Postmodern

Submission Deadline: Mar. 10, 2020

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  • Lead Guest Editor
    • Jianjiang Wang
      Department of Humanities, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China
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    • Ren Zhou
      Department of Communication, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China
    • Yaxiong Guo
      Department of Humanities, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China
    • Jun Li
      Department of Theater Performance, Shanghai Druma Academy, Shanghai, China
    • Wei Xu
      School of Foreign Languages, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, Shanghai, China
  • Introduction

    Bie-modern (Bie-modern) as an academic term with international influence, where is the Bie? Bie is linguistically, realistically, or theoretically. Why is Bie-modern theory for distinguish? It is to distinguish and bid farewell to the illusory modernity, in order to construct a real modernity. Bie-modern is a philosophy of difference, the purpose is to cultivate the thinking of the opposite and establish an ideological market. Bie-modern, it's for distinguishing, but this distinct in no distinguish, and no purpose but everything is in distinct. Bie-modern how to go? First of all, it is different from the pre-modern, modern, and post-modern. Secondly, the spatialization theory of time is proposed to be different from the spatial theory of the West. Third, put forward the four-stage theory of social development and reveal the unique structure and function of Bie-modern society. Fourth, it is proposed to look back and reflect on today's new vision from post-modernism. Fifth, the idea of leaping pauses is proposed to be different from leaping development. Sixth, advocate the cutting theory in the art genre and school construction. Seventh, the difference between the Chinese and Western aesthetic forms is proposed. Eighth, it is proposed that the pattern of Chinese and Western and Maxism and I is different from the pattern of Chinese, Western and Maxism for I's independent. Ninth, oppose the use of Bie or special to negate, obscure and transform the common values of mankind. In short, Bie-modern theory is not the difference between Bie-modern social form and Bie-modernism. It is the difference between reality and value tendency. It is a distinct between mixture and unity.
    Aims and Scope:
    1. Bie-modern
    2. Bie-modernism
    3. Where is the distinct
    4. For what to distinguish
    5. How to distinguish
    6. Time spatialization

  • Guidelines for Submission

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