Third order of Simulacrum: The representation precedes the real, and in fact, produces it. What it produces is “hyperreality”.
If the Royal family had not decided to change their name to the more English sounding Windsor in 1917 and then the Queen decided to share her last name with Prince Philip then the rather interesting double-barrelled moniker would be:
Elizabeth von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha ~ von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburtg
Every story has a protagonist (hero) and an antagonist (villain). The hero is placed in seemingly insurmountable circumstances with the villain being the cause of those circumstances. The plot then thickens. The audience empathizes or sympathizes with the hero. The climax involves the protagonist almost giving into the antagonist, but at the last moment their unfaltering moralistic attitude wins through and the antagonist is defeated.
“Virtuality, being itself virtual, does not really happen. One lives in the very Rousseauistic idea that there is in nature a good use for things that can and must be tried. I don’t think that it is possible to find a politics of virtuality, a code of ethics of virtuality because virtuality virtualizes politics as well: there will be no politics of virtuality, because politics has become virtual; there will be no code of ethics of virtuality, because the code of ethics has become virtual, that is, there are no more references to a value system.”