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What does SOTS stand for?

SOTS stands for Society of the Spectacle (Guy Debord text)

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A red flag is emblazoned, in gold thread, with a quotation from Guy Debord's The Society of the Spectacle (1967) --'The spectator feels at home nowhere because the spectacle is everywhere'--one of a handful of books, which include Henri Focillon's The Life of Forms in Art (1935), that Clemente cites as compelling personal influences.
Although Jean Baudrillard claims that we are no longer in the society of the spectacle (21), the spectacle employed in cinemas and on modern stage has brought new interpretations to drama and performance.
Guy Debord, whose argument for the centrality of play, of drift, in everyday life led French students to chant his slogans in May 1968, was an anomaly who left behind a single book, The Society of the Spectacle, which has left its mark on our time.
Following Debord, Agamben attempts to clear a space beyond the society of the spectacle which as ultimate hubris owes its existence to the self-perpetuation of capitalism, whereby all things may be considered sacred and where all people may become gods.