The Invention of History: Baudrillard in Lacan vol 1 (1st simulation stage: the classic age)

Jean Baudrillard's first simulation stage re-interpreted in the light of architectural theory (linear perspetive) and psychoanalysis (Jaques Lacan's mirror stage)
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