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Postmodernism and Gay Marriage
This paper examines the issue of gay marriage from a philosophical viewpoint.
# 92181 | 3,164 words | 4 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 16, 2007 in Gender and Sexuality (Homosexuality) , Philosophy (General) , Hot Topics (General)

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This paper discusses the philosophical trends of the postmodern world. It evaluates the influence of pluralistic society on current issues, in particular gay marriage. The author considers how society has changed and how views have evolved regarding this issue. Gay marriage is considered from the viewpoint of modern philosophers.

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"In a modernist society, it is therefore very difficult for individuals and public policy makers to change the steadfast viewpoints of the majority. Modernism is inflexible and adheres to the status quo. This can be seen in many political circles. The most famous examples are George Bush and Arnold Schwarzenegger, both of whose fundamentally Christian values are inflexible and incompatible with the postmodern needs of their society in flux. On the other hands, both of these leaders are respected by the majority of their people. This majority, having the power of numbers over other voters, do not see the need or reason for change, and therefore oppress the minority whose needs are not met."

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