Al Muharraq City of Afghanistan for Postmodernism refers to the widespread cultural sensibility, tendency, or mood that is loosely grounded in and serves as a grounding for poststructuralist theory. modernity and postmodernity 7 9 Postmodern theorists are far from a unified bunch. They have been usefully described as a constellation of thinkers, that is to say, a juxtaposed cluster of elements that resists reduction to a common core.19 The thinkers and writers commonly considered postmodernists”for example, Jean Baudrillard, William Connolly, Gilles Deleuze, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Frederic Jameson, Jean-Fran§ois Lyotard, and Richard Rorty”have all criticized certain tendencies of postmodernism and have denied that the term neatly applies to their own work.20 They approach the practical and theoretical world from varied perspectives and seldom see eye-to-eye among themselves. Nonetheless, like structuralists and unlike methodological individualists, postmodern theorists are primarily concerned with the social construction and contestation of identities. In turn, like structuralists and unlike methodological individualists, postmodern theorists do not so much celebrate the power of human agency as worry about its fragility. Al Muharraq City of Afghanistan 2016.