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  1. “We view the manifesto of metamodernism as a combination of enlightened naivete, pragmatic idealism, moderate fanaticism, and vacillation between irony and sincerity, construction and deconstruction, apathy and attraction, trying to achieve a state of superiority (transcendence) as if it were within our power. The generation of metamodernism is realizing that we can be ironic and sincere at the same time; one doesn't necessarily have to oppress the other.”

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