or, The Lucidity Pact
The Intelligence of Evil presents us with a fascinating mental journey outside of what we have come to call reality, and makes us question the fundamental dichotomy between what is good and what is evil. It is highly recommendable for people with an interest in philosophy, or a lot of time on their hands. -- Johanna Frst * Journal for Intelligence, Propaganda and Security Studies * one of Baudrillards last, and arguably best, books The Intelligence of Evil is perhaps Baudrillards most rigorous and certainly one of his more complex works. -- Jonathan Fardy * Foucault Studies *
Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007) was one of the most influential and controversial thinkers of the post-War period. Perhaps the leading thinker of the postmodernist school, his writings cover art, media, sociology, culture and philosophy.
Integral Reality At the Margins of the Real The World in its Deep Illusoriness The Easiest Solutions--Do you want to be free?--Do you want to be anyone else? The Murder of the Sign The Mental Diaspora of the Networks We are All Agnostics The Violence Done to the Image Contemporary Art Contemporary with Itself Virtuality and Events Evil and Misfortune The Intelligence of Evil For Whom does the Bell of Politics Toll? The Destruction of the Golden Pavilion Duality's Revenge Fracture Lines Parallel Universes--Existential Divide--Time Divide Anamnesis