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Baudrillard

(French bodrijɑr)
n
(Biography) Jean. 1929–2007, French sociologist and theorist of postmodernism; his books include Seduction (1979), America (1986), and The Spirit of Terrorism (2002)
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Ebrio de estetica y adorador de objetos raros, Mujica Lainez a menudo celebra las chinerias, las esculturas, el bibelotaje suyo y de sus criaturas, porque en los objetos no esta solo la belleza, el valor, el arte, lo singular sino, como ya lo dijo Jean Baudrillard, el prestigio de haber durado, de tener una fuerza que se mantiene a lo largo de los anos y que es, --/,hay que recordarlo?
Jean Baudrillard, "La comedia del arte", revista Lapiz, Madrid, febrero de 1997, n_ 128-129, p.
In Revenge of the Crystal, (1) Jean Baudrillard sets out to explain our relationship to different types of objects.
1) Other scholars, such as Thorstein Veblen, Jean Baudrillard and Pierre Bourdieu, relate the consumption of material goods to the communication of personal status.
Among the postmodernists whom Bell traces to an emerging theory of cyberspace, are Sherry Turkle, Jean Baudrillard, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, Michel Foucault, and Paul Virilio.
Tendremos que darle la razon a Jean Baudrillard, quien, a proposito de la replica de la cueva de Lascaux, dijo que se habia hecho "de algo subterraneo y vivo una cosa visible y muerta, del capital simbolico un capital museistico y folclorico"?
Braudel and Marx are the most obvious interlocutors here, though Jean Baudrillard (the poststructuralist theorist of consumption and simulacra), Gaston Bachelard (the philosopher of imagination and science), and Pierre Bourdieu (the sociologist of education, taste, and habitus) are all present as well.
French postmodernists (for example, Jean Baudrillard and Paul Virilio) and Francophone postcolonialists (for example, Frantz Fanon and Edouard Glissant) freighted to the United States via Paris are not referred to, although Said makes it clear that the volume's subject is 'extremely close and essentially unfinished' (p.
The authors share with French sociologist Jean Baudrillard the provocative diagnosis of the United States as a utopia of consumption in which a "semiocracy" or an artificial paradise of signs has replaced concrete reality.
Long before Jean Baudrillard expounded the prevalence of simulacra in the postmodern world, Daniel J.
Bakhtin, Jacques Derrida, Georges Bataille, Jean Baudrillard, and Roland Barthes.
Ceaser, a political scientist at the University of Virginia, traces anti-American thought from those 18th-century philosophers, including the Count de Buffon and Cornelius de Pauw, to the 19th-century French racialist Arthur de Gobineau, the German intellectual Oswald Spengler, and, finally, the postmodern theorists Martin Heidegger, Alexander Kojeve, and Jean Baudrillard.