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  • 任晓雯我真是越来越喜欢你了:)虽然我是个女地,异性恋。可在对你的博客的长期偷窥中,你的话甚得我心,我不得不说:俺喜欢你!一个陌生的偷窥者;)
  • Intellectuals love to write the obituaries of trends and art forms -- literary critics often say the novel is dead, art critics declare painting finished. Baudrillard, as if involved in a competitive sport, produced more cultural eulogies than anyone in his weight class. He mourned, early, the spirit of May, 1968 (his generation's golden moment) and at various times he told us that politics was dead, also economics, also liberty and psychoanalysis. Sex, too. As for revolution, Baudrillard hated the bicentennial celebrations of France's revolution. He said the sole purpose of the celebrations was to assert that France was no longer a country where rebellion was acceptable. Now it was just another part of the consumer society, which he spent his life deploring.