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Misha Vish | миша © (@misha_vish_official) Instagram Profile Photo
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Misha Vish | миша ©

Misha Vish | миша © (@misha_vish_official) Instagram Profile Photo
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Misha Vish | миша ©

Diego Bacchieri☠️ (@_deathbacchio_) Instagram Profile Photo
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Diego Bacchieri☠️

🎭𝕍𝕖𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕥𝕥𝕒 (@zen.conscience) Instagram Profile Photo
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🎭𝕍𝕖𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕥𝕥𝕒

🌛✨Jessica M. Rovira✨🌜 (@jessicarovirayoga) Instagram Profile Photo
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🌛✨Jessica M. Rovira✨🌜

Claudia de Lillo (@quielasti) Instagram Profile Photo
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Claudia de Lillo

M C G I L L  M E D I A (@gomcgill) Instagram Profile Photo
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M C G I L L M E D I A

Engel Gizzatova (@darkenrau) Instagram Profile Photo
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Engel Gizzatova

Rigela Halili (@rigelahalili) Instagram Profile Photo
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Rigela Halili

João Guilherme Ferreira (@joaogen.mus) Instagram Profile Photo
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João Guilherme Ferreira

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Mark Kelleher

{The collapse of the towers is the major symbolic event. Imagine they had not collapsed, or only one had collapsed; the effect would not have been the same at all.} Eighteen years on, the events of 9/11 still astonish. Away from the horror of the literal attacks, what did it symbolise? Who, and what, was being attacked? Was it America and its ideals? Was it the West and what it proposes to be? Was it globalisation? What lies at the core of terrorism and how do we make sense of it? Can it be stopped? And how do you stop people who are willing to kill themselves while trying to kill you? What motivates terrorism? Is it, like some reductive commentators posit, the product of religious extremism or is the truth more nuanced, more complex? And how is terrorism combated? Jean Baudrillard wrote the four essays in The Spirit of Terrorism shortly after the attacks. They are typically provocative, dramatic and analytical. They focus on the symbolism of the attacks (in particular, the collapse of both towers), the use of technology to attack, the vulnerability of power in general and the West specifically, the architecture of the buildings and the absurdity of a military response. As always with Baudrillard, some of his suggestions are a little difficult to digest - but they're always thought-provoking and well-intended. A slim, powerful collection.

What point bridges the gab between my own reality and losing myself in make believe? #death

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