postmodernism - nuclear power en what if we're not 'really' afraid of nuclear war? <p>Beginning on p.39, Baud delves into his analysis of the psychology of nuclear might, arguing that acquiring the tangible means for nuclear warfare will never result in the 'real' deployment of these weapons. Acquiring nuclear weapons is to acquire the deterrent. Because they can, they will not. Hence, deterrence, in Baudrillard's account. Global acquisition (and consumption) of this deterrent is "an accelerated process of implosion."</p> <p><a href="">read more</a></p> Baudrillard fear nuclear power simulation Mon, 15 Oct 2007 16:58:37 +0000 Anonymous 91 at