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Modernism

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This presentation contains information about the definition and derivation of the word "Modernism."

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Modernism

  1. 1. Modernism
  2. 2. The word "modern" in English is derived from the Latin word "modo," meaning "in a certain manner." The definition of the English word "modern" has undergone a number of changes over the past four centuries since it was introduced in 1585.
  3. 3. The current uses of the word “modern” include the following definitions: 1. a. Of or relating to recent times or the present (such as modern history.) b. Characteristic or expressive of recent times or the present; contemporary or up- to-date (such as a modern lifestyle, or a modern way of thinking.)
  4. 4. Other definitions of “modern” include: 2. a. Of or relating to a recently developed or advanced style, technique, or technology (such as modern art or modern medicine.) b. Avant-garde; experimental. 3. In Linguistics, the word "modern" is used to describe a living, or current language or group of languages (such as Modern Italian or Modern Romance languages.)
  5. 5. The word “modern” is used to describe a revolutionary movement in philosophy, art, music, dance, literature, architecture and many other areas of cultural life that began to take place approximately in 1900. Originally, the word “avant-garde” was used to describe the new type of music. But later on historians used the term “modern music” in order to align the new musical values with those of the worlds of modern art, literature and philosophy.
  6. 6. The word “modern” is used to describe a revolutionary movement in philosophy, art, music, dance, literature, architecture and many other areas of cultural life that began to take place approximately in 1900. Originally, the word “avant-garde” was used to describe the new type of music. But later on historians used the term “modern music” in order to align the new musical values with those of the worlds of modern art, literature and philosophy.

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