[1] The art of storytelling.
[2] The art of creating mixtures of fiction and reality in order to entertain, confuse, perform ontological sabotage or educate.
[3] Ideology or view that promotes fabulism in the second sense as a way of life, hiding ones real life behind a layer of disinformation, deliberate myths and rumours. Fabulism in this sense is sometimes a reaction against rigid and panoptical societies, sometimes a way of self expression or self creation.
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Text by Anders Sandberg
Initially published on 29 October 2001.