Over approximately the last 20 years, modernity has once again become modern. To be more precise, initially it was not actually modernity that became modern, it was postmodernity. For, as we saw in the last chapter, it was the assertion of a postmodern condition that brought the concept of modernity to the fore. Perhaps precisely because postmodern was conceived by means of a ‘post’.Whatever the reason, there have been two trends or viewpoints since the 1970s, one of which has finally prevailed.