Eric Schwitzgebel surveyed a sample of ethicists and determined that contemporary moral philosophers are no more likely to live a “good life” by their own lights than anyone else — though they do define a good life with more rigor than the rest of us.
Postmodernism is a ‘philosophy’ (rooted in the thought of Kant, Hegel, Rousseau and Heidegger) that in life is tightly linked to cultural Marxism – and thus to criticism of mainstream Western culture in all its facets. Postmodernism basically rejects enlightenment concepts such as science and reason. It finds contradiction to be no problem whatever. Thus it should be no surprise that “moral philosophers” will find rationalization for doing precisely that which they teach to be immoral, unethical.
H/T: Strike the Root