Guy Debord 45 “A happy solution presents itself in the growth of the tertiary or service sector on response to the immense strain on the supply lines of the army responsible for distributing and hyping the commodities of the moment. The coincidence is neat: on the one hand, the system is faced with the necessity of reintegrating newly redundant labor; on the other, the very factitiousness of the needs associated with the commodities on offer calls out a whole battery of reserve forces”

Guy Debord 45 “A happy solution presents itself in the growth of the tertiary or service sector on response to the immense strain on the supply lines of the army responsible for distributing and hyping the commodities of the moment. The coincidence is neat: on the one hand, the system is faced with the necessity of reintegrating newly redundant labor; on the other, the very factitiousness of the needs associated with the commodities on offer calls out a whole battery of reserve forces”

Guy Debord 44: “the spectacle is a permanent opium war waged to make it impossible to distinguish goods from commodities, or true satisfaction from a survival that increases according to it’s own logic.”

Guy Debord 44: “the spectacle is a permanent opium war waged to make it impossible to distinguish goods from commodities, or true satisfaction from a survival that increases according to it’s own logic.”

Guy Debord 21 “so long as the realm of necessity remains a social dream, dreaming will remain a social necessity. The spectacle is he bad dream of modern society in chains, expressing nothing more than it’s wish for sleep. The spectacle is the guardian of that sleep.”

Guy Debord 21 “so long as the realm of necessity remains a social dream, dreaming will remain a social necessity. The spectacle is he bad dream of modern society in chains, expressing nothing more than it’s wish for sleep. The spectacle is the guardian of that sleep.”

Guy Debord 16 “The spectacle subjects living human beings to its will to the extent that the economy has brought them under it’s sway. For the spectacle is simply the economic realm developing for itself — at once a faithful mirror held up to the production of things and a distorting objectification of the producers.”

Guy Debord 16 “The spectacle subjects living human beings to its will to the extent that the economy has brought them under it’s sway. For the spectacle is simply the economic realm developing for itself — at once a faithful mirror held up to the production of things and a distorting objectification of the producers.”

Guy Debord 37 “the world of spectacle holds up to view is at once here and elsewhere; it is the world of the commodity ruling over all lived experience. The commodity world is thus shown as it really is, for it’s logic is one with men’s estrangement from one another and from the sum total of what they produce.”

Guy Debord 37 “the world of spectacle holds up to view is at once here and elsewhere; it is the world of the commodity ruling over all lived experience. The commodity world is thus shown as it really is, for it’s logic is one with men’s estrangement from one another and from the sum total of what they produce.”