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Chellis Glendinning :
A radical imagination: Dilemmas and desire while reading Pedro Susz

Pedro Susz is like a diamond; he has many facets… ‘Para una filosofía de la insubordinación’ reveals the rare mind that integrates erudition with vision. By Chellis Glendinning | The Rag Blog | February 19, 2014 Pedro Susz is like … finish reading Chellis Glendinning :
A radical imagination: Dilemmas and desire while reading Pedro Susz

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Baudrillard 3 : Breakaway and Inertia

Image by alexkess / RedBubble.BAUDRILLARD 3: Breakaway and inertia By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / July 20, 2010 [This is the last of a three part series on the philosopher and social critic Jean Baudrillard, who died three … finish reading Baudrillard 3 : Breakaway and Inertia

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Baudrillard 2 : Postmodern Democracy and the End of History

BAUDRILLARD 2: Postmodern democracyand the end of history By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / July 5, 2010 “The Balance of Terror is the Terror of Balance.” (60) [This is the second of a three part series on the … finish reading Baudrillard 2 : Postmodern Democracy and the End of History

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Marc Estrin : The Genius of Jean Baudrillard

THE GENIUS OF JEAN BAUDRILLARD By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / June 29, 2010 [This is the first of three parts.] My last week’s posting on The Rag Blog, Tea for Two, led to several inquiries concerning the … finish reading Marc Estrin : The Genius of Jean Baudrillard

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