In this book Jean Baudrillard, one of the most celebrated and controversial contemporary social theorists, argues that the notion of the end of history is an illusion, and that we are now engaged in a gigantic process of historical revisionism.
”Øjnenes forførelse. Den mest umiddelbare, den reneste. Den er ordløs, det er ene og alene blikkene, der vikles ind i en slags duel, et umiddelbart favntag, uden andres vidende... Læs mere
aeo Baudrillard is one of the most celebrated and controversial of contemporary social thinkers. aeo Baudrillard is Francea s leading philosopher of... Læs mere
Jean Baudrillard (1929 - 2007) was a social and cultural theorist known for his trenchant analyses of media and technological communication. This book offers a... Læs mere
Considers how human cloning heralds an end to sex and death and the divagations of living by instituting a realm of the Same, beyond the struggles of individuation. The... Læs mere
A collection of journalistic essays that addresses subjects ranging from those already established as the author's trademark (virtual reality, Disney, television) to more... Læs mere
An analysis of how Mitterand came to power in France and how political power seduced the French Left and became a simulacrum.