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>Jean Baudrillard: For a time I believed in Foucauldian genealogy, but the order of simulation is antinomical
to genealogy.
>Sylvere Lotringer: An anti-genealogy then?
>Jean Baudrillard: No. If you take this logic to the extreme, what you get is the reabsorption of all genealogy. That's why I believe Foucault was unable to make the leap. What interests me is the mysterious point where he stops and finds nothing more to say.
Found the philosopher you should have put.

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