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Screened Out. Jean Baudrillard. Seeing the video broadcast of the Christmas service in the cathedral itself, with these pathetic screens and the young worshippers slumped around them here and there, you tell yourself that God and religion deserved better. Deserved to die, yes, but not this. However, watching the presidential figure and his sonorous inanity, you tell yourself that here at least you got what you deserved.

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Screened Out. Jean Baudrillard. Seeing the video broadcast of the Christmas service in the cathedral itself, with these pathetic screens and the young worshippers slumped around them here and there, you tell yourself that God and religion deserved better. Deserved to die, yes, but not this. However, watching the presidential figure and his sonorous inanity, you tell yourself that here at least you got what you deserved.

Chirac is useless — that goes without saying — but so are we all Uselessness of this kind has no origin: it exists immediately, reciprocally; like a shared secret, you savour it implicitly — with its warm bitterness — particularly in these cold snaps, as the very essence of the social bond. Sanctioned by that other interactive uselessness — the uselessness of the screen. These are coruscating and intriguing articles, not least because they show that Baudrillard is — pace his critics — still susceptible and alert to influences from social movements and the world beyond the hyperreal.

He retired from academia in to write books and travel until his death in Screened Out Radical Thinkers.

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Screened Out

Screened Out. Jean Baudrillard. Seeing the video broadcast of the Christmas service in the cathedral itself, with these pathetic screens and the young worshippers slumped around them here and there, you tell yourself that God and religion deserved better. Deserved to die, yes, but not this. However, watching the presidential figure and his sonorous inanity, you tell yourself that here at least you got what you deserved. Chirac is useless — that goes without saying — but so are we all Uselessness of this kind has no origin: it exists immediately, reciprocally; like a shared secret, you savour it implicitly — with its warm bitterness — particularly in these cold snaps, as the very essence of the social bond.

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