It is in the entire machinery of the Virtual and the mental diaspora of the networks today that the fate of Homo fractalis is played out: the definitive abdication of his identity and freedom… Jean Baudrillard. The Intelligence of Evil Or The Lucidity Pact. New York: Berg, 2005:59.
Jean Baudrillard. Divine Europe.
Alan Cholodenko. The Nutty Universe of Animation, The “Discipline” of All “Disciplines”, And That’s Not All, Folks!
Gary Genosko. The Spirit of Symbolic Exchange: Jean Baudrillard’s 9/11.
Mike Grimshaw. Religion, Terror and the end of the Postmodern: Rethinking the Responses.
Julia Kristeva. Intimate Revolt: The Future of the Culture of Revolt, The Life of the Mind, and the Species.
Douglas Kellner. Jean Baudrillard After Modern Philosophy: Provocations On A Provocateur and Challenger.
Edward Scheer. “The most delicate of operations”: Baudrillard’s Photographic Abreactions.
David Teh. Baudrillard, Pataphysician.
Toward Escape Velocity
Akinbola Akinwumi. The Banality of the ImMEDIAte Spectacle: Globalization, Terrorism, Radical Cultural Denigration, and the Condition of Hollowity.
Jean Baudrillard. The Melodrama of Difference (Or, The Revenge of the Colonized).
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From the Web
Alevtina Rea. Specular People and Democratic Impotence: The Magic of the Yellow Emperor.
Mary and Michael Beyer. McCarthyism Today.
Steven Cole. Solidifying Fragments: Review of Jean Baudrillard. Fragments: Conversations with Francois L’Yvonnet. New York: Routledge, 2004.
Dr. Gary Grieve-Carlson. Is the Radical Left the Child of the Radical Right? Review of Richard Wolin. The Seduction of Unreason: The Intellectual Romance With Fascism From Nietzsche to Postmodernism. Princeton University Press, 2004.
Igor Krstic. McLuhan as Dialectical Cultural Historian: Review of Janine Marchessault. Marshall McLuhan: Cosmic Media. London: SAGE, 2005.
Kristina C. Marcellus. Tracing the Lines of Cultural Thought: Review of Paul Hegarty. Georges Bataille: Core Cultural Theorist. London: SAGE, 2000.
Craig McFarlane. Paolo Virno’s “New Seventeenth Century”: Review of Paolo Virno. A Grammar of the Multitude: For an Analysis of Contemporary Forms of Life. New York: Semiotext (e), 2004.
Dr. Thomas Mical. Opposed to Blurring On Every Level: Review of Alain Badiou. Handbook of Inaesthetics. Stanford University Press, 2005.
Dr. Paula Murphy. Zizek Live: Review of Rex Butler. Slavoj Zizek: Live Theory. London: Continuum International Press, 2005.
Dr. Pramod Nayar. The Pity of Art: Review of Paul Virilio. Art and Fear. Translated by Julie Rose. London: Continuum, 2004.
William Pawlett. Symbolic Exchange and Beyond: Review of Paul Hegarty. Jean Baudrillard: Live Theory. London: Continuum Press, 2004.
Damien Shortt. Distinguishing Spectacle From Real: Review of Slavoj Zizek. Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle. New York: Verso, 2004.