The Apocalyptic Sense - When a Culture Dies, What's Next?
May 27, 2011
We have come a long way from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga (as the latest pop star). What we find with Lady Gaga is decadence, yes. But more fundamentally, it is the deconstruction of culture. What happens after Lady Gaga? What come next? After the deconstruction of post-modernism, comes what? An apocalyptic mood is spreading. There is a growing sense of economic, cultural, and social doom and gloom. Apocalyptic films are more popular than ever. Kevin Swanson discusses the idea of “judgment,” and the predictions of a wacky, shriveled old man in California on this edition of Generations.
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