Talk:Situationism

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Situationism does NOT equal situational ethics.. this redirect should be abolished and an rticle about guy dabord, the lettrists, and raoul vanegeim should instead persist in this location.

ummm... ok. but isn't a situationist an adherent of situationism ? 86.106.43.93 10:22, 28 February 2007 (UTC)

Not in this case. A Situationist is an adherant of a particular form of Cultural Marxism, the one advocated by the Situationist International and "having to do with the theory or practical activity of constructing situations." The members of the group, somewhat sillily, rejected the applicated of "-ism" to their philosophy. 75.110.153.157 10:28, 1 March 2007 (UTC)


situationism

A word totally devoid of meaning, improperly derived from the preceding term. There is no situationism, which would mean a theory of interpretation of existing facts. The notion of situationism was obviously conceived by anti-situationists.


I, too, advocate the removal of this page and replacing it with "Situationist Theory" or something of the like. Seeing as how the situationists totally rejected any form of "ism" as abstract and destructive, the existence of this as an "encyclopedic" article is a blatant insult to them, whether intended or not. Unplusreveur (talk) 00:28, 18 August 2008 (UTC)

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bolish Situationism and all the dogma wrapped up in the word. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 69.136.168.43 (talk) 20:56, 20 February 2010 (UTC)