Geyve for Behaviorism, they suspect, might intensify efforts to suppress diversity, which, for the most part, postmodern theorists want to protect and foster. Consequently, postmodernists challenge the social power that consolidates who we are, homogenizes our experiences, restricts our efforts at transformation, or otherwise impinges on how we think and act. They also argue against the imposition of any single, uniform, or natural identity upon others. To the extent that postmodern theorists foster a normative perspective, then, it is frequently oriented to the celebration of difference and the cultivation of a responsibility to otherness.43 The postmodern effort to stimulate resistance to the power of the social environment sharply contrasts with the heightening of that power advocated by certain behaviorists. The modern science of behaviorism found one of its foremost advocates in B.F. Geyve 2016.