File spoon-archives/baudrillard.archive/baudrillard_1995/baudrillard.09-95, message 8


Date:         Fri, 22 Sep 95 07:35:48 EDT
Subject:      Re: The Shadow of the Shadow of the SILENT Majorities


Count me in as long as I have the book (I have quite a few of Baudrillard's
books but no readers)   I read Poster's a few years ago and thought the
reading of the complete books excerpted therein to be far preferable for
getting a handle on what Baudrillard was discussing. I would suggest
_Seduction_ (St Martin's Press in Kroker's CultureText series) as it seems
seminal to Baudrillard's ever-evolving project. Just a thought, though.
Ted



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Old Dominion University Library, Norfolk, VA 23529-0256
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"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.
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