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March 28, 2007

Word up: Simulacra

This means in Latin "to put on an appearance of." I thought this was so appropriate because as study signs and the origins of language with postructuralism, we are gaining more knowledge of what's a real solid definition as opposed to a shakey one. Examples could be a picture of something as a substitute for the real "brass-balls" object (to get all manly on you, now I thought brass-balls was appropriate).

Posted by ErinWaite at March 28, 2007 2:29 PM

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