A City Guide To Par Naogaon for Most contemporary political theorists think of themselves as standing at the edge of modernity or perhaps straddling the modern and the postmodern. While postmodern theory occupies a territory different from ancient and modern theory, the border between them follows a zigzag course over the rough terrain of politics. Occasionally, with particular thinkers or issues, this border slips from sight altogether and an uneasy convergence takes place. Determining if and how the border between the ancient, modern, and postmodern should be drawn is a demanding task. This text demonstrates that border crossings can make for good theory. Instead of characterizing postmodernism as superseding its forerunners, Thinking Politics encourages the simultaneous exploration of ancient, modern, and postmodern perspectives. It integrates the postmodern focus on the social construction of identity with the modern concern for the regulation of social interaction and the ancient preoccupation with the cultivation of virtue and the formation of character. A City Guide To Par Naogaon 2016.