Catalog

The Society of the Spectacle (SOLD OUT)

Name The Society of the Spectacle (SOLD OUT)
SKU UW010101
URL /catalog/uw010101-spectacle
Description

A linen bound hardcover edition of our new translation of Debord's The Society of the Spectacle.

Debord describes and critiques the way we live. The power in these ideas lies in their ability to question, identify, and name the common assumptions of the present. Developing the concept of The Spectacle, he describes the “gaze” of contemporary society. From its publication just before, and ultimately influencing the May 1968 revolt in Paris and Occupy Wall Street, this book continues to transform a wide range of progressive philosophical and political movements, most notably anti-capitalism, postmodernism, marxism, and anarchism.

This new translation brings a concrete edge to the text, elaborating upon the original, and adding annotations. Bringing fifty years of prominent radical thinking back to the text, from Baudrillard to Odell to Zuboff—it’s clear that Debord’s book is more relevant in the era of social media, the attention economy, and the emergence of Surveillance Capitalism than ever before.

A new English edition by Ron. Adams.

Look Inside

Available at these retailers

Date Added April 1, 2021
Image Cover of The Society of the Spectacle

The Society of the Spectacle (Web eBook)

Name The Society of the Spectacle (Web eBook)
SKU UW010301
URL /catalog/uw010301-spectacle
Description

A web edition of our new translation of Debord's The Society of the Spectacle.

Debord describes and critiques the way we live. The power in these ideas lies in their ability to question, identify, and name the common assumptions of the present. Developing the concept of The Spectacle, he describes the “gaze” of contemporary society. From its publication just before, and ultimately influencing the May 1968 revolt in Paris and Occupy Wall Street, this book continues to transform a wide range of progressive philosophical and political movements, most notably anti-capitalism, postmodernism, marxism, and anarchism.

This new translation brings a concrete edge to the text, elaborating upon the original, and adding annotations. Bringing fifty years of prominent radical thinking back to the text, from Baudrillard to Odell to Zuboff—it’s clear that Debord’s book is more relevant in the era of social media, the attention economy, and the emergence of Surveillance Capitalism than ever before.

A new English Edition by Ron. Adams.

Read

Date Added March 27, 2021
Image Cover of The Society of the Spectacle

The Society of the Spectacle (eBook)

Name The Society of the Spectacle (eBook)
SKU UW010501
URL /catalog/uw010501-spectacle
Description

eBook edition of our new translation of Debord's The Society of the Spectacle.

Debord describes and critiques the way we live. The power in these ideas lies in their ability to question, identify, and name the common assumptions of the present. Developing the concept of The Spectacle, he describes the “gaze” of contemporary society. From its publication just before, and ultimately influencing the May 1968 revolt in Paris and Occupy Wall Street, this book continues to transform a wide range of progressive philosophical and political movements, most notably anti-capitalism, postmodernism, marxism, and anarchism.

This new translation brings a concrete edge to the text, elaborating upon the original, and adding annotations. Bringing fifty years of prominent radical thinking back to the text, from Baudrillard to Odell to Zuboff—it’s clear that Debord’s book is more relevant in the era of social media, the attention economy, and the emergence of Surveillance Capitalism than ever before.

A new English Edition by Ron. Adams.

Amazon Kindle logo
Buy at Amazon

Kobo logo
Buy at Kobo

Apple Books logo
Buy at Apple Books

Google Play logo
Buy at Google Play

Date Added April 14, 2021
Image Cover of The Society of the Spectacle on Kindle

Logo Sticker (SOLD OUT)

Name Logo Sticker (SOLD OUT)
SKU UW000000
URL /catalog/uw000000-logo-sticker
Description Unredacted Word logo, die cut stickers. Collect emʼ, trade emʼ with your friends, put them in mysterious places.
Date Added November 26, 2019
Image
Sticker photo Sticker photo Sticker photo Sticker photo