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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elizaveta Pivovarova
The Notion of Hyper-reality in Socia Philosophy of J. Baudrillard
Philosophy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Graduation qualification work is devoted to the concept of hyperreality developed by Jean Baudrillard. The aim of the current study is to analyze the transformation of the phenomenon of hyperreality in the modern world, to determine the conditions for the emergence and functioning of social components that contribute to the strengthening of hyperreality, and to consider the concept of integral reality as a continuation of the theory of hyperreality. This approach requires philosophical background that is provided with the ideas of post-modern philosophers in general, but concentrated on the Buadrillard’s revolutionary vision. A basis of this investigation is formed by Baudrillard’s original works as well as a wide range of contemporary studies. The current research refers not only to social philosophy, but political and cultural philosophy, to philosophy of technique and their history.

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