How to use Simulacrum in a sentence
Darwinian natural selection, although it involves no true design at all, can produce an uncanny simulacrum of true design.
It is more difficult to create a convincing digital simulacrum of reality than it is to create a reality that only exists digitally.
If you present a simulacrum of a 17th century performance to a 20th century audience, what response do you get?
Perhaps most of us are well aware that, in this age of infotainment, politics is a mere simulacrum of politics.
Among the trees, girls dance in a not completely convincing simulacrum of wild abandon.Advertisement