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Such are the points of Baudrillard’s compass as he steers his way through the mental landscape of this febrile fin de siecle. Selected pages Title Page.
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Contents After the Orgy. The Fate of Energy.
The Theorem of the Accursed Share. The Hell of the Same. The Melodrama of Difference.
The Declination of Wills. Whatever Happened to Evil? The Object as Strange Attractor. Other editions – View all The Transparency of Evil: References to this book Fashionable Nonsense: He retired from academia in to write books and travel until his death in John BaddeleyJames Benedict.