Spectacle

[critical theory] The spectacle is a central notion in the Situationist theory developed by Guy Debord. Guy Debord`s 1967 book, The Society of the Spectacle, attempted to provide the Situationist International (SI) with a Marxian critical theory. The concept of "the spectacle" expanded to all society the Marxist concept of reification drawn
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Spectacle

[disambiguation] A spectacle is an event that is memorable for the appearance it creates. Spectacle or spectacles may also refer to: ...
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spectacle

[Noun] Something that catches the attention of people.
Example: She made a spectacle of herself when she drank too much at the office party.
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spectacle

[n] - something or someone seen (especially a notable or unusual sight) 2. [n] - an elaborate and remarkable display on a lavish scale 3. [n] - a blunder that makes you look ridiculous
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Spectacle

Spec'ta·cle noun [ French, from Latin spectaculum , from spectare to look at, to behold, v. intens. from specere . See Spy .] 1. Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarka
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spectacle

1. Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarkable or noteworthy sight; a show; a pageant; a gazingstock. 'O, piteous spectacle? O, bloody times!' (Shak) ... 2. A spy-glass; a looking-glass. 'Poverty a spectacle is, as thinketh me, Through which he may his
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spectacle

noun a blunder that makes you look ridiculous; used in the phrase `make a spectacle of` yourself
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spectacle

noun an elaborate and remarkable display on a lavish scale
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spectacle

noun something or someone seen (especially a notable or unusual sight); `the tragic spectacle of cripples trying to escape`
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Spectacle

• (n.) A spy-glass; a looking-glass. • (n.) Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarkable or noteworthy sight; a show; a pageant; a gazingstock. • (n.) Fig.: An aid to the intellectual sight. • (n.) An optical instrument consisting of
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Spectacle

In general, spectacle refers to an event that is memorable for the appearance it creates. Derived in Middle English from c. 1340 as "specially prepared or arranged display" it was borrowed from Old French spectacle, itself a reflection of the Latin spectaculum "a show" from spectare "to view, watch" frequentative form of specere "to look at...
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Spectacle

[Situationism] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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Spectacle

[band] Spectacle was an alternative indie pop rock band from California during the 1990s fronted by Blake Miller (later of Moving Units). Their sound was characterized as "sunny, melodic, jangling folk-rock." Other Spectacle members included Alex Crain, Brad Laner (formerly of Medicine), and Brent Rademaker (later of Further and Beachwood S
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Spectacle

The spectacle refers to the combination of the eye ring and supraloral line.
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