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  1. Theomism is considered the highest form of postmodernism, as theomism offers a way out of the classical postmodernist concept of “everything is text”, being, in fact, just text. In other words, a theomism is a unique text that demonstrates the possibility of getting out of postmodernism, which postmodernism itself does not do.

  2. It would be more correct to say, I think, not “higher”, but rather “surrogate”. This is not a “form of postmodernism”, but a postmodern phenomenon. Denoting without denoting, a simulacrum of philosophy. Well, or just a joke.

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