Jean Baudrillard cytaty

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Jean Baudrillard

Data urodzenia: 27. Lipiec 1929
Data zgonu: 6. Marzec 2007

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Jean Baudrillard – francuski socjolog i filozof kultury.

Był jednym z inicjatorów nurtu postmodernistycznego w teorii społecznej oraz radykalnym krytykiem globalizacji, współczesnego społeczeństwa i kultury.

Zainteresowany społeczeństwem postindustrialnym i kulturowymi skutkami rozwoju technik rzeczywistości wirtualnej, autor teorii symulakrów. Teoretyk fotografii i fotografik. Autor szeregu publikacji .

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Cytaty Jean Baudrillard

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„Forgetting extermination is part of extermination“

— Jean Baudrillard
Context: Forgetting extermination is part of extermination, because it is also the extermination of memory, of history, of the social, etc. This forgetting is as essential as the event in any case unlocatable by us, inaccessible to us itn its truth. This forgetting is still too dangerous, it must be effaced by an artificial memory (today, everywhere, it is artificial memories that effect the memory of man, that efface man in his own memory). This artificial memory will be the restaging of extermination - but late, much too late for it to be able to make real waves and profoundly disturb something, and especially, especially through medium that is itself cold, radiating forgetfulness, deterrence, and extermination in a still more systematic way, if that is possible, than the camps themselves. Holocaust

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„Nothing is wholly obvious without becoming enigmatic. Reality itself is too obvious to be true.“

— Jean Baudrillard
Context: Nothing is wholly obvious without becoming enigmatic. Reality itself is too obvious to be true.

„It is the saddest sight in the world. Sadder than destitution, sadder than the beggar is the man who eats alone in public. Nothing more contradicts the laws of man or beast, for animals always do each other the honour of sharing or disputing each other’s food. He who eats alone is dead“

— Jean Baudrillard
Context: Yet there is a certain solitude like no other - that of the man preparing his meal in public on a wall, or on the hood of his car, or along a fence, alone. You see that all the time here. It is the saddest sight in the world. Sadder than destitution, sadder than the beggar is the man who eats alone in public. Nothing more contradicts the laws of man or beast, for animals always do each other the honour of sharing or disputing each other’s food. He who eats alone is dead (but not he who drinks alone. Why is this?). New York (p. 15)

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