The Society of the Spectacle
|The Society of the Spectacle (1967)
by , translated by Ken Knabb
|The Society of the Spectacle (La Société du spectacle [published in Paris, 1967]) is a book by Guy Debord, which developed concepts relating to the "gaze" of modern culture and commodity fetishism. The book also contains sharp criticism of Leninism in all its variants and presents a direct democratic alternative. It continues to influence a variety of philosophical and political movements, notably anarchism and anti-capitalism. — Excerpted from The Society of the Spectacle on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Translated on February 2002 by Ken Knabb.
This translation is not copyrighted.
- The Culmination of Separation
- The Commodity as Spectacle
- Unity and Division Within Appearances
- The Proletariat as Subject and Representation
- Time and History
- Spectacular Time
- Territorial Domination
- Negation and Consumption Within Culture
- Ideology Materialized
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