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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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Baudrillard, Jean (1995a): The systems of the objects.
Baudrillard, Jean. The Transparency of Evil: Essays on Extreme Phenomena.
Baudrillard, Jean (1970), La societe de consommation.
(5.) Baudrillard, Jean, The Gulf War Did Not Take Place, Indiana University Press, 1995.
BAUDRILLARD, Jean. Tela total: mito-ironias do virtual e da imagem.
Baudrillard, Jean (1993), "The Evil Demon of Images and the Precession of Simulacra," in Docherty, Th.
(1) Baudrillard, Jean. "Subjective Discourse or The Non-functional System of Objects", in Revenge of the Crystal (London: Pluto, 1990), 35.