[from Latin simulacrum, “likeness, similarity” + Greek dêlos, “manifest, visible”] - relating to or denoting an everyday experience of media in which consciousness is so overwhelmed the suspicion is provoked that truth, reference, objective cause have ceased to exist
"The over-proximity and holistic contiguity of disparate elements (like hoarded objects in a collectors special room) can evoke a vertiginous simulacradlic experience."
"She had a simulacradelic experience and questioned the extent to which her answer to the question 'how to live?' had been nothing but a series of self-indulgent illusions, or consumer experiences."
"By presenting itself as a suspicious artifact and symptom of consumer society, the text was simulacradelic. Rather than confirming readers' dogmatic beliefs, it challenged them to apply their analytic suspicions to themselves and/or their own lives from a perspective that accepts the possibility that every reality is merely a simulacrum."