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By Maurizio Ferraris,FRANCISCO JOSÉ MARTÍN

El «nuevo realismo» es l. a. toma de conciencia de un cambio de época. los angeles experiencia histórica de los populismos ligados a los medios de comunicación de masas, de las guerras tras el eleven de septiembre y de l. a. concern económica, ha acabado por desvelar el mentís de dos dogmas del posmodernismo: el que los angeles realidad esté socialmente construida y sea manipulable y que l. a. verdad y l. a. objetividad sean nociones inútiles.

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