“Simulacra and Simulation (The Body, In Theory: Histories of Cultural Materialism)” , University of Michigan Press, 1995, p106
There is no more hope for meaning. And without a doubt this is a good thing: meaning is mortal. But that on which it has imposed its ephemeral reign, what it hoped to liquidate in order to impose the reign of the Enlightenment, that is, appearances, they, are immortal, invulnerable to the nihilism of meaning or of non-meaning itself.
This is where seduction begins.”
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