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simulacra simulacrum

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  • simulacra + simulacrum —    by William Pawlett   The notion of the simulacrum meaning image, semblance or appearance is explored throughout Baudrillard s oeuvre, from his work on the sign form (CPS) and the orders of simulacra (SED), to his theorisations of seduction (S) …   The Baudrillard dictionary

  • Simulacrum — (plural: cra, also crumsdubious), from the Latin simulacrum which means likeness, similarity , [ Word of the Day Archive: Thursday May 1, 2003 dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/archive/2003/05/01.html retrieved May 2,… …   Wikipedia

  • Simulacra — Simulacrum Sim u*la crum, n.; pl. {Simulacra}. [L. See {Simulate}.] A likeness; a semblance; a mock appearance; a sham; now usually in a derogatory sense. [1913 Webster] Beneath it nothing but a great simulacrum. Thackeray. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Simulacrum — Sim u*la crum, n.; pl. {Simulacra}. [L. See {Simulate}.] A likeness; a semblance; a mock appearance; a sham; now usually in a derogatory sense. [1913 Webster] Beneath it nothing but a great simulacrum. Thackeray. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • simulacrum — ► NOUN (pl. simulacra or simulacrums) 1) an image or representation of someone or something. 2) an unsatisfactory imitation or substitute. ORIGIN Latin, from simulare copy, represent …   English terms dictionary

  • simulacrum — [sim΄yo͞o lā′krəm] n. pl. simulacra [sim΄yo͞o lā′krə] [L < simulare: see SIMULATE] 1. an image; likeness 2. a vague representation; semblance 3. a mere pretense; sham …   English World dictionary

  • Simulacra — Dieser Artikel behandelt den philosophischen Begriff. Zum Roman The Simulacra (1964) siehe Philip K. Dick, zum Roman von Daniel F. Galouye siehe Simulacron 3. Als Simulacrum oder Simulakrum (Plural: Simulacra oder Simulakren) bezeichnet man ein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Simulacrum — Als Simulacrum oder Simulakrum (Plural: Simulacra oder Simulakren) bezeichnet man ein wirkliches oder vorgestelltes Ding, das mit etwas oder jemand anderem verwandt ist oder ihm ähnlich ist. Der lateinische Ausdruck simulacrum leitet sich über… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • simulacrum —    by Jonathan Roffe   In his 1990 Preface to Clet Martin s book on his work, Deleuze states that the concept of simulacrum was never an essential part of his philosophy. However, it does offer one of the strongest forms of his critique of… …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • simulacrum —    by Jonathan Roffe   In his 1990 Preface to Clet Martin s book on his work, Deleuze states that the concept of simulacrum was never an essential part of his philosophy. However, it does offer one of the strongest forms of his critique of… …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • Simulacra and Simulation — infobox Book | name = Simulacra and Simulation title orig = Simulacres et Simulation translator = Sheila Glaser image caption = Cover of English translation author = Jean Baudrillard illustrator = cover artist = country = France language = French …   Wikipedia

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