There is no aphrodisiac like innocence. – BAUDRILLARD, Jean (1987). Cool Memories. 1980-1985, éd. Galilée, Paris, pp. 231.
Car la différence est belle, mais l’indifférence est sublime. – BAUDRILLARD, Jean (1987). Cool Memories. 1980-1985, éd. Galilée, Paris, pp. 223.
☛ The Far Side Gallery 2 “Ship of Fools / Car of Idiots” by Gary Larson, Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1986, p. 9. © Gary Larson. • • • The madman, understood not as one who is sick but as an established and maintained deviant, as an indispensable cultural function, has become, in Western experience, the […]
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