Post-Modern Gibberish Essay Generator

Saw this the other day and laughed out loud at how brilliant this generator was. This is literally the sort of writing I need to practice to come off as academically intelligent. Just for fun. Enjoy!

 

My essay is at this link here.

The Next Phase

Some time ago I would not have found this funny. Fortunately Dr. Wittgenstein and co. were able to cure me of my continentalism. I wonder if admiring the rebellious beards and tobacco is a lifelong symptom (sinthome?).

Generate your own postmodern nonsense here.

Here is a sample of the text that I got:

The Circular Key: Socialism, realism and subtextual Marxism

Catherine Finnis
Department of Deconstruction, University of California, Berkeley

1. Semantic desublimation and Marxist capitalism

“Society is unattainable,” says Bataille. Lacan suggests the use of precultural patriarchial theory to deconstruct sexual identity.

In the works of Pynchon, a predominant concept is the distinction between without and within. But in Vineland, Pynchon examines realism; in Mason & Dixon, however, he denies Marxist capitalism. The primary theme of Long’s[1] analysis of postconceptualist appropriation is the role of the writer as reader.

“Class is part of the fatal flaw…

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