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I can’t decide whether this is perfect bollocks or brilliance too abstruse for me to decipher.
We put on blinders in order to focus on that which we care about, but sometimes they get in the way and we miss an otherwise clear and present danger. At the end of this book there is a feeling that you are reading some sort of “call to arms”.
In the end it is not a book to understand but a cry out for action, that is to recover the lost body of Reality at times when people are mesmerized by the virtuality of gadgets, mass market and all forms of porn.
Want to Read saving…. If you haven’t made your mind about him yet, I would recommend you start with is best works The Consumer Society and the aforementioned Simulacra. Baudrillard termine son livre avec une provocation: Politcally, we are liberated, aren’t we!?
He talks about how bad pornography is, but attacks the concept of sexual harassment as some sort of brainwashing technique aimed at robbing us of our beautiful sensual natures.
The Perfect Crime by Jean Baudrillard
The dismaying trend to assume that there is nothing within aren’t looking hard enough. Open Preview See a Problem? This book is difficult for me to review, because I struggled so much to piece crimeen the arguments and the concepts. For new comers to Baudrillard’s philosophy, this is the book I’d recommend.
I’m also at a disadvantage, because I’m not a student of philosophy. Jean Baudrillard’s phil Jean Baudrillard was perfecyo French sociologist, philosopher, cultural theorist, political commentator, and photographer.
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Weixiang rated it liked it Nov 07, I was stunned all along its pages for all the death he announces: Besides it’s always an uncomfortable proposition to translate something even straight-forward. Jason rated it liked it Apr 27, Baudrillard’s ideas on Virtual vs.
Return to Book Page. The abstraction of the ‘spectacle’ was never irrevocable, even for the Situationists. This is an attempt at a philosophy of quantum perceptions.
An intense, dense, and powerful whirlwind of thought. Or see this as the Signifier for the Signified Simulacrum. Oct 03, Joseph rated it really liked it Shelves: His work is frequently associated with postmodernism and post-structuralism.
The real is not only what can be reproduced, but that which is always already reproduced: But I think his perception of the world is bizarrely accurate and ahead of his time. Books by Jean Baudrillard. This is Baudrillard at his most pessimistic and most poetic.
Refresh and try again. Believe it, says the perfect criminal- hyperreality. This is the new form of terror, by comparison with which the horrors of alienation were very small beer. The death of mystic real difference gives away to indifferencethe collapse of otherness into a hall of mirrors.
The only problem is to survive there.
The Perfect Crime
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Aug 18, Steven Felicelli rated it it was amazing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Published August 17th by Verso first published Whereas unconditional realization is irrevocable, since we are no longer either alienated or dispossessed: Jun 23, Bronislava Sencakova marked it as to-read Shelves: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Enjoyable to read yet smart and sharp. This is what happens when someone becomes too famous So I don’t know if I’ve accurately captured what the author was trying to convey. Jan 27, Deepcomrade rated it liked it Shelves: But simultaneously with the complete disintegration of objects into the individual parts, this multitude transforms into singularity.
Jean Baudrillard was a French sociologist, philosopher, cultural theorist, political commentator, and photographer. One of my favorite Baudrillard books! Apr 24, Gary rated it really liked it.