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''Italian Futurism'' was avant-garde movement founded in Milan in 1909, initially primarily artistic, rejecting the old and embracing of new technologies.
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'''Italian Futurism''' was an avant-garde movement founded in Milan in 1909, initially primarily artistic, rejecting the old and embracing of new technologies. Such futurists were known for their specialist cuisine known as [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Futurist_meals futurist meals].
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The movement would go on to be highly supportive of agressive militarism and nationalism. Following the experiences of futurists enlisted in World War 1, support for the movement largely ended.
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== Today ==
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There is no overlap with modern transhumanism or futurism, except in a small artistic context
  
It would go on to be highly supportive of militarism and nationalism. Following the experiences of futurists in world war 1, the movement largely ended.
 
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Futurism#Italian_Futurism Wikipedia:Futurism#Italian_Futurism]
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* {{Wikipedia|Futurism#Italian_Futurism}}
 
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Latest revision as of 18:59, 4 September 2016

Italian Futurism was an avant-garde movement founded in Milan in 1909, initially primarily artistic, rejecting the old and embracing of new technologies. Such futurists were known for their specialist cuisine known as futurist meals.

The movement would go on to be highly supportive of agressive militarism and nationalism. Following the experiences of futurists enlisted in World War 1, support for the movement largely ended.

Today

There is no overlap with modern transhumanism or futurism, except in a small artistic context

External links