Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?

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Seagull, 2009 - Nonbeing - 77 pages
One of the last texts written before his death in March 2007, Baudrillard meditates poignantly on the question of disappearance. He weaves an intricate set of variations on his theme, ranging from the potential disappearance of humanity as a result of the fulfillment of its project of world mastery.

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I am ambivalent about Baudrillard. I enjoy reading him and often discover useful insights, but I think he tries too hard to be profound or at least sound profound. In the end, he is a second rate ... Read full review

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