Out of range
Reality is lost and displaced by what Baudrillard called hyperreality. Today every user is constantly on show. The more proactive he is, the greater the intensity of his environment, the greater the share of the virtual in his nominal life. The man literally had a meltdown, got out of his physical shell, and immersed himself in a new environment. Concequently, this represented a literal rejection of the physical and mental, which previously had only been guaranteed symbollically by the religious paradigm. In as far as the human body is real, it is just as rudimentary in the new environment.