Nothing is wholly obvious without becoming enigmatic. Reality itself is too obvious to be true.
In The Perfect Crime (1993), as translated by Ian Michel and William Sarah (1995)
The Marxist critique is only a critique of capital, a critique coming from the heart of the middle and petit bourgeois classes, for which Marxism has served for a century as a latent ideology…. The Marxist seeks a good use of economy. Marxism is therefore only a limited petit bourgeois critique, one more step in the banalization of life toward the "good use" of the social!Jean Baudrillard
Today's terrorism is not the product of a traditional history of anarchism, nihilism, or fanaticism. It is instead the contemporary partner of globalization.Jean Baudrillard
Sadder than the beggar is the man who eats alone in public.Jean Baudrillard
A series of accidents creates a positively light-hearted state.Jean Baudrillard
Nothing is wholly obvious without becoming enigmatic. Reality itself is too obvious to be true.Jean Baudrillard