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Refresh and try again. That’s their disinterest crimwn bother? He badmouths Western Europeans as some sort of goody-two shoes hypocrites for he assumes only pretending to care about the suffering of people in the war torn Balkans, and then himself romanticizes their suffering as being oh so awesomely real in truly disgusting fashion.

Or I could have just misunderstood everything the guy was saying. Real sex, we swear!

We live in a world dominated by simulated experiences and feelings, Jean Baudrillard believes, and have lost the capacity to comprehend reality as it actually exists. We all have TVs- thus, we are all successful. Jean Baudrillard’s philosophy centers on the twin concepts of ‘hyperreality’ and ‘simulation’.

I can’t defend the writing style, and I can’t claim to have correctly understood a word of it. And the book has jokes! Chris Moran rated it it was amazing May 30, And, in the end, a powerful call for thinking — forceful thinking, jewn thinking, dangerous thinking. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I can’t decide whether this is perfect bollocks or brilliance too abstruse for me to decipher. We are, in fact, beyond all disalienation.


On parle toujours de langage politically correct: This is an attempt at a philosophy of quantum perceptions. We are no longer spectators, but actors in the performance, and actors increasingly integrated into the course of that performance. Read it as a form of poetry and it makes much more sense, if one reads it as a perfeco of theory. The dismaying trend to assume that there is nothing within aren’t looking hard enough.

While I have some sympathy with that premise, I disagreed with many of his conclusions and found his style of argument which frequently seems to consist of asserting, without justification, counter-intuitive ideas and expecting readers to collapse in astonishment and awe hard to cope with at times.

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Besides it’s always an uncomfortable proposition to translate something even straight-forward. It’s totally a contest and we play to win by being losers. 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. Jean Baudrillard’s phil Jean Baudrillard was a French sociologist, philosopher, cultural theorist, political commentator, and photographer. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


Then think about how monstrous we are for importing Westernism around the globe. The abstraction of the ‘spectacle’ was never irrevocable, even for the Situationists.

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A warning of the consequences of excess for a world used to thinking in terms of lack. Believe it, says the perfect criminal- hyperreality. For new comers to Baudrillard’s philosophy, this is the book I’d recommend. Well, that is paradise: He spends the opening segments of the book claiming that there is no objective reality that can be perceived by t Hah!

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For there the irony, the challenging, the anticipation, the maleficence come to an end, as inexorably as hope dies at the gates of hell. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jason rated it liked it Apr 27, I think his message of rejecting false representations of reality is an important one.

At the end of this book there is a feeling that you are reading some sort of “call to arms”. May 14, Bryce Wilson rated it really liked it Shelves: Books by Jean Baudrillard.