After the Real

Abstract : This paper studies the writings of Jean Baudrillard, François Laruelle and Clément Rosset around the notion of the real: The purpose is to sketch the philosophical context in which they have tried in the last thirty or forty years to testify to a real, to what the real may be or may have been. Despite their differences, they write as if the real were t be, should be or ought to be what is preserved, and moreover preserved as the term of truth in an opposition with the imaginary, illusion or the simulacrum which remains suspected.
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Thomas Dutoit. After the Real. La Revue du GRAAT, 1999, Ré-inventer le réel, 20, pp.221-255. ⟨hal-01148612⟩

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