What is the difference between modernism and modenaty?my Q about poetry subject

What is the difference between modernism and modenaty?my Q about poetry subject

What is the difference between modernism and modenaty?my Q about poetry subject

What is the difference between modernism and modenaty?my Q about poetry subject

That’s a challenging question, I think. To me, the easier term to define is “modernism.”Modernism is a period in philosophy, literature, and the arts (including architecture) that generally stretches from around 1895 (or 1900 or 1910, if you prefer) to around 1945. It’s a period marked by strong interest in the emerging scientific understanding of the inner world of the mind and by strong commitment to bridging any number of gulfs that were perceived to have emerged through industrialization and mechanization. The Bauhaus movement in Germany, for example, sought to unify the enormous division between the handicrafts of the artisan and the products of the assembly line. Similarly, perhaps, T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, and that crowd — in their poetry and other words — sought to find meaningful connections (in part through what Eliot calls the “mythic method”) between the valued classics of the Greek and Roman eras and the seemingly blind machinery of their own “modern” age.Modernity is a much more general term, to me at least, and seems not to have an even loosely defined sets of dates. Modernity is now. I’ve mostly heard the term used in philosophical discussions that seek to explain or diagnose current states of affairs.The link below gives some excepts from published defintions and discussions of these terms. I think that locating and reviewing a few key definitions would help you move toward the answer that you want.
What is the difference between modernism and modenaty?my Q about poetry subject