Baudrillard


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Baudrillard

Jean. born 1929, French sociologist and theorist of postmodernism; his books include Seduction (1979), America (1986), and The Spirit of Terrorism (2002)
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The fascination with this Chinese school resembles that which Baudrillard describes of Renaissance Christians with American Indians.
Para compreendermos estas modalidades de acao poetica, que derivam da constituicao dos gestos regulares no /do cotidiano para uma condicao instavel de outra orden--um movimento subjetivo de transfiguracao, indicamos a seguir os topicos "objeto /habito" e "objeto /tempo", baseados em Baudrillard (2002).
Synopsis: The late Jean Baudrillard (27 July 1929-6 March 2007) was a French sociologist, philosopher, cultural theorist, political commentator, and photographer
Se Baudrillard tiver desaparecido no cosmos certamente nao sera por banalizacao ou por extincao, mas por excesso de lucidez e de pertinencia numa dispersao fractal de ideias paradoxais, hiperbolicas, viroticas, translogicas e vivas.
poststructuralist critique by drawing upon Baudrillard's model of
Por ese entonces, el filosofo frances, Jacques Baudrillard sorprendia al mundo con su tesis que la guerra del golfo nunca existio.
This goes beyond merely faking a reality once coherent, since this reality is digitally simulated, and simulation, unlike pretending, does not leave the principle of reality intact (Baudrillard 1994: 3).
Since the sense of possession is so acute, it means that products are no longer analysed in terms of their utility, but in terms of their significance, which generates the so-called dialectic of penury characterized by an insatiable need and the constant feeling that one does not have enough (Baudrillard, 2007: 11).
Do these images, as art or as souvenirs, grapple with and inform our understanding of Baudrillard's writing?
From those galleries of seemingly endless self-referentiality, an artificial universe of letters and papers, springs a metaphoric force that inspired many postmodern literary productions and concepts, for instance that of heterotopia (Michel Foucault) and simulacrum (Jean Baudrillard).
Jean Baudrillard's concept of hyperreality will further help to investigate the issue.