File spoon-archives/baudrillard.archive/baudrillard_1995/baudrillard.09-95, message 16


Date: Fri, 22 Sep 1995 06:53:24 +1000
Subject: Re: The Shadow of the Shadow of the SILENT Majorities


Well, as a new person on this list I've begun to wonder the same thing -
has everybody become a lurker?

I've got a number of Baudrillard's books, but not THAT one - I'll have to
go get it now and see where the interesting read might have gone
(re-constru(e)ct it in the absence of the *original* - simulacra?)

Cheers for now, Jerry Everard

>Hello ...  Is anybody out there?...  I have vague recollections of an
>interesting read of _In the Shadow of the Silent Majorities_ going on,
>and then...  What happened? Did I miss the closure? I believe there
>were still issues brought up that still remain open which at one time
>were generating quite stimulating discussion. Just thought I'd ask. Ted
>
>
>
>_______________________________________________________
>W Ted Rogers, Serials Librarian
>Old Dominion University Library, Norfolk, VA 23529-0256
>Ph.: 804 683-4144        Fax: 804 683-5035
>Internet: <wtr100f-AT-shakespeare.lib.odu.edu
>      or: <wtr100f-AT-oduvm.cc.odu.edu
>-------------------------------------------------------
>"Il n'est pas question de rejeter la technique. Nous ne
>pouvons pas regresser, nous sommes obliges de passer a
>travers la technique. Et pour cela nous devons combattre
>l'objet technique, nous mesurer avec lui."
>-- Paul Virilio, in "Esclaves de la vitesse [interview]",
>POLITIS-MAGAZINE, no.19 (1994:July/Aug.), p.75.
>************************** EOF**************************



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