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The first dictionary dedicated to the pioneering work of French art and technology critic Paul Virilio
In Virilio's writings, meanings and interpretations are often difficult and ambiguous. This dictionary guides you through his concepts with headwords including Accident, Body, Cinema, Deterritorialization and Eugenics. Explore the very edge of Virilio’s pioneering thought in cultural and social theory with the entries on Foreclosure, Grey Ecology, Polar Inertia and the Overexposed City.
The Virilio Dictionary is ideal for anyone wanting to keep up with Virilio's dynamic program for the study of postmodern culture.
Over 100 entries cover every major Virilian subject and idea, showing how each functions within his philosophy in all of his writing to date
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