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The idea of metamodernity is very similar to metamodernism. A key difference is that whereas metamodernism explicitly aims to incorporate the best of postmodernism and modernism, metamodernity aims to also include two earlier cultural codes: the pre-modern (traditional) code, and the indigenous code. These correspond to what metamodernism calls the post-faustian and archaic cultural codes.

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