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Baudillard and The Matrix
Baudillard and The Matrix
Baudillard and The Matrix
Baudillard and The Matrix
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Baudillard and The Matrix
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Baudillard and The Matrix

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  • 1. JEAN BAUDILLARD AND THE MATRIX LORENA HEVIA
  • 2. JEAN BAUDILLARD (1929-2007) POST-MODERN FRENCH THINKER AND CRITIC _ sociologist _cultural theorist _philosopher ANALYSIS technological communications mass communication computer sciences simulated realities (computer simulation) and social changes. Theory simulated environments and the alteration of real meanings. JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX
  • 3. JEAN BAUDILLARD CONCEPTS REAL SIMULACRUM SIMULATION SIMULACRA HYPERREALITY JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX
  • 4. JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX HOW DO WE KNOW THAT WHAT WE EXPERIENCE IS REAL? “WHAT IS THE REAL? HOW DO YOU DEFINE THE REAL?... The real is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain” (Morpheu / The Matrix, 1999)
  • 5. JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX THE MATRIX EMBODIES THE POST-MODERN PHILOSOPHY AND CRISIS IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN REALITY AND THE IMAGINARY. BAUDRILLARD THEORY advance of technologies, simulation and the effacement of the reality and hyperreality (from Simulacra and Simulation ).
  • 6. JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX THE HUMAN REALITY AS A HYPERREALITY: FICTIONAL REALITY INSIDE A COMPUTER PROGRAM, GENERATED THROUGH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER CODES. This hyperreality was a copy of the reality of 20 th century (1999): duplicated version of the real world that looks more real and beautiful than the real one (2199: a darkness world without sun and destructed as a consequence of a war between human beings and machines).
  • 7. JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX THE MATRIX AS FORM OF CONTROL A simulated reality -generated by machines- used to keep human beings blinds and passives in order to use them as a source of energy. “ it is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth” (Morpheu / The Matrix, 1999)
  • 8. JEAN BAUDRILLARD AND THE MATRIX THE MATRIX AS A NEURAL INTERACTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEM THAT KEEP PEOPLE LIVING IN A DREAMWORLD . Human beings pass their lives growing within pods and dreaming a simulated reality. People pass their lives thinking they are living in a real world. .

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