جين باودريلارد

من ويكي الاقتباس
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جين باوديلارد منظر ثقافي و فيلسوف فرنسي من أعلام ما بعد الحداثة و ما بعد البنيوية.

منسوب لمصدر[عدل]

Baudrillard, J. (1988). America. Trans. Chris Turner. New York: Verso.[عدل]

  • "...sadder than the beggar is the man who eats alone in public." p. 8
"أتعس من الشحاذ من يأكل وحيدا في جمع كبير"
  • "Driving is a spectacular form of amnesia. Everything is to be discovered, everything to be obliterated. Admittedly, there is the primal shock of the deserts and the dazzle of California, but when this is gone, the secondary brilliance of the journey begins, that of the excessive, pitiless distance, the infinity of anonymous faces and distances, or of certain miraculous geological formations, which ultimately testify to no human will, while keeping intact an image of upheaval. This form of travel admits of no exceptions: when it runs up against a known face, a familiar landscape, or some decipherable message, the spell is broken: the amnesic, ascetic, asymptotic charm of disappearance succumbs to affect and worldly semiology." pp. 9–10

وصلات خارجية[عدل]