Baudrillard shown us the unrealness of our reality through reality. Derrida taught us the 'undecidable'. What is left before me is the 4 accounts chronicling the disruption of the unthinkable that sparked historicity, and by doing so bringing back the real and the decisive. I am referring to the incarnation and resurrection of Christ.
Kierkegaard's religious stage of existent is more real than ever if ever we harbor hope to be meaningful at all, to be authentic in any sense.
There is no smart people, only those who realize how stupid themselves are.