The Vital Illusion
The Vital Illusionby Jean Baudrillard
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The Vital Illusion
The Vital Illusion
by Jean Baudrillard
In their arrogant plan to bring evolution to an end, human beings set in motion the involution of their own kind, which is in the process of losing its specificity, its very immunity.
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The Vital Illusion
The Vital Illusion
by Jean Baudrillard
For nothing is identical to itself. We are never identical to ourselves, except, perhaps, in sleep and in death. Language itself never signifies what it means; it always signifies something else, through this very irſeducible, ontological absence from itself. The probability, in this world, of a total identification, of a total adequation of the same to the same, is equal to zero. Fortunately
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The Vital Illusion
The Vital Illusion
by Jean Baudrillard
In their arrogant plan to bring evolution to an end, human beings set in motion the involution of their own kind, which is in the process of losing its specificity, its very immunity.
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The Vital Illusion
The Vital Illusion
by Jean Baudrillard
Is a species that succeeds in synthesizing its own immortality, and that seeks to transform itself into pure information, still particularly a human species?
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