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This is Baudrillard at his most pessimistic and most poetic. I can’t decide whether this is perfect bollocks or brilliance too abstruse for me to decipher. Politcally, we are liberated, aren’t we!? A warning of the consequences of excess for a world used to thinking in terms of lack. We live in a world dominated by simulated pperfecto and feelings, Jean Baudrillard believes, and have lost the capacity to comprehend reality as it actually exists. But simultaneously with the complete disintegration of objects into the jezn parts, this multitude transforms into singularity.

Books by Jean Baudrillard. His work is frequently associated with postmodernism and post-structuralism. Baudrillard analyses the disappearance of reality or rather realities into the abyss of facts baudrrillard scientific categories. Jean Baudrillard was a French sociologist, philosopher, cultural theorist, political commentator, and photographer.

It’s pretty easy to criticize this book.


Many may remember Baudrillard as the philosophy behind the matrix, and a large portion of this book plays into that. A very enjoyable read.

The only problem is to survive there. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Jun 23, Bronislava Sencakova marked it as to-read Shelves: Jea is an attempt at a philosophy of quantum perceptions. One of my favorite Baudrillard books!

The Perfect Crime

Trivia About The Crmien Crime. This book is difficult for me to review, because I struggled so much to piece together the arguments and the concepts. He himself states that a true perception of true physical reality would be literally fatal to the individual. Our recent efforts to render the world transparent and fair, to banish evil, are presented as victims of their own success.

Or see this as the Signifier for the Signified Simulacrum.

To ask other readers questions about The Perfect Crimeplease sign up. Besides it’s always an uncomfortable proposition to translate something even straight-forward. He makes the very old point that since our eyes can deceive us in particular cases baudrlilard possible that they do so constantly.

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This is the new form of terror, by comparison with which the horrors of alienation were very small beer. Return to Book Page. An intense, dense, and powerful whirlwind of thought. There are no baudrilpard topics on this book yet. Traversing science, media, culture, sexuality and war, Jean Baudrillard takes us on a dizzying journey through the post-modern.


Read it as a form of poetry and it makes much more sense, if one reads it as a form budrillard theory. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Excellent criticism of pornography I used it a lot in my thesis.

Well, that is paradise: Pese perrecto todo es un documento valioso, con algunas ideas sugerentes. At the end of this book there is a feeling that you are reading some sort of “call to arms”.

And, in the end, perfecro powerful call for thinking — forceful thinking, radical thinking, dangerous thinking. Lists with This Book. 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.

For there the irony, the challenging, the anticipation, the maleficence come to an end, as inexorably as hope dies at the gates of hell. Th Traversing science, media, culture, sexuality and war, Jean Baudrillard takes us on a dizzying journey through the post-modern.