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  1. The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime: On David Lynch's Lost Highway (Occasional Papers (Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities), 1.) by Slavoj Zizek, 2000-06
  2. The Sublime Object of Ideology (Second Edition)(The Essential Zizek) by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-01-05
  3. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lacan (But Were Afraid to Ask Hitchcock) (New and Updated Edition)
  4. For They Know Not What They Do: Enjoyment as a Political Factor (Radical Thinkers) by Slavoj Zizek, 2008-01-17
  5. How to Read Lacan (How to Read) by Slavoj Zizek, 2007-01-17
  6. The Neighbor: Three Inquiries in Political Theology (Religion and Postmodernism Series) by Slavoj Zizek, Eric L. Santner, et all 2006-02-14
  7. The Idea of Communism
  8. Looking Awry: An Introduction to Jacques Lacan through Popular Culture (October Books) by Slavoj Zizek, 1992-09-08
  9. The Monstrosity of Christ: Paradox or Dialectic? (Short Circuits) by Slavoj Zizek, John Milbank, 2009-04-24
  10. Paul's New Moment: Continental Philosophy and the Future of Christian Theology by John Milbank, Creston Davis, et all 2010-11-01
  11. The Metastases of Enjoyment: On Women and Causality (Radical Thinkers) by Slavoj Zizek, 2006-01-17
  12. Conversations with Zizek (Conversations) by Slavoj Zizek, Glyn Daly, 2004-01-07
  13. Tarrying with the Negative: Kant, Hegel, and the Critique of Ideology (Post-Contemporary Interventions) by Slavoj Zizek, 1993-01-01
  14. The Ticklish Subject: The Absent Centre of Political Ontology (Second Edition)(The Essential Zizek) by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-01-05

21. Zeitgeist Films Zizek!
The author of works on subjects as wideranging as Alfred Hitchcock, 9/11, opera, Christianity, Lenin and David Lynch, Slovenian philosopher slavoj zizek is

22. Disaster Movies As The Last Remnants Of Utopia - Haaretz - Israel News
Slovenian philosopher slavoj zizek I have the hat, but I still don t have the Philosopher and cultural gadfly slavoj zizek, on a minilecture tour,

23. INFOAMÉRICA | Slavoj Zizek
Translate this page Biografía del pensador eslovaco con enlaces relacionados.
to the Desert of the Real Slavoj Zizek (1949-)
Profesor de la Universidad de Liubliana, del European Graduate School (EGS) y del Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Jacques Lacan
Entre sus publicaciones: The Sublime Object of Ideology , Verso, Londres, 1989; For They Know Not What They Do , Verso, Londres, 1991; Looking Awry , Cambridge, MIT Press, 1991; Enjoy Your Symptom! , Routledge, Nueva York, 1992; Tarrying With the Negative , Duke University Press, Durham, 1993; Metastases of Enjoyment , Verso, Londres, 1994; The Indivisible Remainder , Verso, Londres, 1996; The Plague of Fantasies , Verso, Londres, 1997; The Ticklish Subject: The Absent Centre of Political Ontology , Verso, Londres, 2000, Welcome to the Desert of the Real , Verso, Londres, 2002; , :Verso, Londres, 2002; Organs Without Bodies , Londres: Routledge, Londres, 2003;

24. Real Virtuality Slavoj Zizek And Post-Ideological Ideology
A 1998 review of zizek s The Plague of Fantasies, by James S. Hurley. Considers zizek s thought in terms of the plight of contemporary leftism.

25. ARTicles: Rene -- Zizek -- Between Two Deaths: The Culture Of Torture
slavoj zizek is a dialecticalmaterialist philosopher, a psychoanalyst and a senior researcher in the department of philosophy at the University of


Rene Zizek Between Two Deaths: The Culture of Torture 06.26.04
Between Two Deaths: The Culture of Torture Slavoj Zizek Does anyone still remember 'Comical Ali', Saddam's information minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, who, in his daily press conferences, heroically stuck to the Iraqi line in the face of the most glaring evidence? (He was still claiming that TV footage of US tanks on the streets of Baghdad were just Hollywood special effects when the tanks were only a few hundred yards from his office.) He didn't always fail to make sense, however. Confronted with claims that the US army was already in control of parts of Baghdad, he snapped back: 'They are not in control of anything - they don't even control themselves!' I was reminded of that when news of the weird goings-on in the Abu Ghraib prison broke a few weeks ago. George W. Bush was understandably keen to have us understand that the photographs of Iraqi prisoners being tortured and humiliated by US soldiers did not reflect what America stands and fights for: the values of democracy, freedom and personal dignity. That the case turned into a public scandal was, in some ways, a positive sign: in a truly 'totalitarian' regime, it would have been hushed up. (In the same way, it is a positive sign that US forces did not find any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq: a truly totalitarian power would have behaved like a bad cop who plants drugs then 'discovers' evidence of the crime.) However, although the photographs were only made public at the end of April, the International Red Cross had been sending the US and UK authorities reports of abuses in military prisons in Iraq for months, and the reports were ignored. It wasn't that the authorities weren't getting any signals about what was going on: they simply admitted the crime only when (and because) they were faced with its disclosure in the media. The immediate reaction of US army command to the photographs was surprising, to say the least: their explanation was that the soldiers hadn't been properly taught the Geneva Convention concerning the treatment of prisoners of war. Nowadays, it seems, soldier have to be taught not to humiliate and torture prisoners.

26. TV's '24' Sheds Light On Real Ethical Drama / How Expendable Is Human Life, Spir
slavoj zizek. Sunday, February 12, 2006. Printable Version . slavoj zizek, a philosopher and psychoanalyst, is a senior researcher at the Institute for

Serving as presenter and guide is the charismatic slavoj zizek, the Slovenian philosopher and psychoanalyst. With his engaging and passionate approach to
SLAVOJ ZIZEK (Presenter)
Widely acclaimed as one of the most original thinkers of our time, Slavoj Zizek is a dialectical-materialist philosopher. He is the author of more than fifty books on diverse subjects ranging from opera to religion, film, and the war in Iraq. He has taught at universities including Paris, London, Columbia, Chicago, Duke, Princeton and the New School in New York. He currently holds a post at the Department of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana and is Co-Director of the International Centre for Humanities at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has been the subject of numerous media profiles in various publications including the Guardian, New Yorker, Liberation (France) and Asahi (Japan). He contributes articles to the Guardian, London Review of Books, and Le Monde (France).
For a bibliography of Zizek's works visit
SOPHIE FIENNES (Director / Producer)
Sophie Fiennes received no formal education. She worked as an apprentice to film director Peter Greenaway from 1987 - 1992, managed the Michael Clark dance company from 1992-1994 and began making films in 1999. Fiennes' films play with notions of performance and identity. She is widely acclaimed for her unique observational eye as well as her strong sense of cinematic form. Films include Lars From 1-10 (1999) The Late Michael Clark (2000) Because I Sing ( 2001) and Hoover Street Revival ( which was released theatrically in the UK 2003 by Metro Tartan and Tartan USA ). She received a NESTA fellowship and The Pervert's Guide To Cinema was born out of research during this fellowship period.

28. Slavoj Zizek: Too Much Democracy? | Makeworlds
slavoj zizek Too Much Democracy? Submitted by chadbush on Thu, 06/23/2005 1841. Columbia University 04/14/2003. Democracy is not merely the power of,
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Submitted by chadbush on Thu, 06/23/2005 - 18:41. Columbia University 04/14/2003 Interestingly enough, there is at least one case in which formal democrats themselves (or, at least, a substantial part of them) would tolerate the suspension of democracy: what if the formally free elections are won by an anti-democratic party whose platform promises the abolition of formal democracy? (This did happen, among other places, in Algeria a couple of years ago, and the situation is similar in today's Pakistan.) In such a case, many a democrat would concede that the people was not yet "mature" enough to be allowed democracy, and that some kind of enlightened despotism whose aim will be to educate the majority into proper democrats is preferable.
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29. Slavoj Zizek | Knight Of The Living Dead
By slavoj zizek The New York Times. Saturday 24 March 2007 . slavoj zizek, the international director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities,
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The New York Times Saturday 24 March 2007 London - Since the release of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's dramatic confessions, moral outrage at the extent of his crimes has been mixed with doubts. Can his claims be trusted? What if he confessed to more than he really did, either because of a vain desire to be remembered as the big terrorist mastermind, or because he was ready to confess anything in order to stop the water boarding and other "enhanced interrogation techniques"? If there was one surprising aspect to this situation it has less to do with the confessions themselves than with the fact that for the first time in a great many years, torture was normalized - presented as something acceptable. The ethical consequences of it should worry us all. While the scope of Mr. Mohammed's crimes is clear and horrifying, it is worth noting that the United States seems incapable of treating him even as it would the hardest criminal - in the civilized Western world, even the most depraved child murderer gets judged and punished. But any legal trial and punishment of Mr. Mohammed is now impossible - no court that operates within the frames of Western legal systems can deal with illegal detentions, confessions obtained by torture and the like. (And this conforms, perversely, to Mr. Mohammed's desire to be treated as an enemy rather than a criminal.)

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31. Slavoj Zizek
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"On Divine Self-Limitation and Revolutionary Love"
Joshua Delpech-Ramey , Journal of Philosophy and Scripture Printer Friendly PDF (Note: An unpublished article by Slavoj Zizek which complements and extends the discussion pursued in the following interview will be included in the Fall 2004 issue of JPS) JPS Of late, the writings of St. Paul have become for you, as well as for Alain Badiou and Giorgio Agamben, a touchstone for radical thought. You seem to see in Paul's works something of a revolutionary manual, and in the founding of the community of believers a supreme example of the structure and effect of an authentic revolutionary act. For Badiou, Paul articulates a general structure of universality. But how separable is Paul's gesture in founding Christianity from the particularities of Christianity itself? How general are the lessons one can learn from Paul? Can or should those lessons be separated out, as form from content, from their particularity as aspects of the history of Christianity, itself? Or are the particularities of Christianity somehow, of the essence of this gesture? SZ My problem with Badiou, although I admire his book very much, is that Badiou . . . allows for only four truth procedures: science, art, politics, and love (and then philosophy is just the study of these genetic procedures . . . ). The point is that his supreme example of a truth-procedure—event, and so on—its implicit model is a kind of religious interpellation. So no wonder that the best example, it's religious! But paradoxically there is no place for religion. You know the irony is that the supreme example of the seminal structure of truth event that he tries to articulate, and it doesn't count as a truth-event.

32. Violence, By Slavoj Zizek - Independent Online Edition Reviews
The philosopher slavoj zizek enjoys a good joke. Here s one of my favourites two men, having had a drink or two, go to the theatre, where they become

33. Slavoj Zizek, The Reality Of The Virtual - A Film By Ben Wright

34. The Zizek Zigzag
slavoj zizek may have the strongest brand identity (as the advertisers say) of any cultural theorist now in the marketplace of ideas.
Scott McLemee The Zizek Zigzag Home About Portfolio Blog ... The T-Shirt back to Articles The Chronicle of Higher Education, 12 September 2003 Slavoj Zizek may have the strongest "brand identity" (as the advertisers say) of any cultural theorist now in the marketplace of ideas. Scholarly journals are full of cheap knockoffs of Gayatri Spivak and Fredric Jameson. But no one can quite imitate Mr. Zizek, with his virtuoso maneuvering among references to Lacanian psychoanalysis, German philosophy, Hollywood blockbusters, and the history of Marxism-Leninismall interspersed with jokes, some of them obscene. His intellectually hyperkinetic style developed in the 1970s and '80s, when, in effect, the Yugoslav government paid him a modest salary to stay away from impressionable students. As it turned out, Mr. Zizek developed a cult following in the Anglophone world during the 1990s, particularly in graduate schools and among off-campus bohemians. He owed that improbable renown largely to the efforts of Verso, a small leftist publisher based in London and New York. Since 1989, when the press issued The Sublime Object of Ideology , his first book in English, the theorist has written or edited at least two dozen volumes, half of them bearing the Verso imprint.

35. Slavoj Žižek | Interview | Divine Violence And Liberated Territories | SOFT TA
SOFT TARGETS talks with slavoj Žižek. Los Angeles, March 14, 2007. ST Let’s start with the question of violence. What, today, is the relation between
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Los Angeles, March 14, 2007 ST: Let’s start with the question of violence. What, today, is the relation between violence and politics? ST: It is not for nothing that Sorel is the fundamental reference for Benjamin! This is completely effaced in Agamben’s discussion of the text. When discussing divine violence in recent texts, you tend to refer to events like the uprisings of the Brazilian favelas and the slums of Caracas rather than the antiglobalization movement and its theorists. The example you yourself provide for "divine" violence, in a recent text on Robespierre, are the "food riots" in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro in the 1990s . . . Do these upheavals bear witness to the emergence of a new "subject" of struggles to come? In making this identification, doesn’t one risk the "populist" temptation you elsewhere denounce? ST: The general strike? ST: How do you understand, within this framework, the violence of the French banlieues? You mentioned, for example, the favelas and the food riots...

36. What Does 2006 Have In Store? (part Two) OpenDemocracy
Gil Loescher, Mary Robinson, slavoj zizek. Jonathan Zittrain slavoj zizek The new politics of truth. When, on 2 November 2004, the Dutch documentary

37. PLEXUS / Lacanian Ink: Slavoj Zizek - From Joyce-the-Symptom To The Symptom Of P
From Joycethe-Symptom to the Symptom of Power. by slavoj zizek. The Statue of Liberty, Raymond Pettibon ink on paper, 1995
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W So, at the political level, the problem today is how to counteract this "reflected" racism: is there a specific kind of knowledge which renders impossible the act, a knowledge which can no longer be co-opted by cynical distance ("I know what I am doing, but I am nevertheless doing it")? Or must we leave behind the domain of knowledge and have recourse to a direct, extra-symbolic, bodily intervention, or to an intuitive "Enlightenment", a change of subjective attitude, beyond knowledge? The fundamental wager of psychoanalysis is that there exists such a knowledge which produces effects in the Real, that we can "undo things (symptoms) with words" - the whole point of psychoanalytic cure is that it operates exclusively at the level of "knowledge" (words), yet has effects in the Real of bodily symptoms. A common notion of psychoanalysis, of course, makes it almost an epitome of cynicism as an interpretative attitude: does psychoanalytic interpretation not involve in its very essence the act of discerning "lower" motivations (sexual lust, unacknowledged aggressivity) behind the apparently "noble" gestures of spiritual elevation of the beloved, of heroic self-sacrifice, etc.? Perhaps, however, this notion is somewhat too slick; perhaps the original enigma that psychoanalysis endeavours to explain is exactly the opposite: how can the effective behaviour of a person who professes his/her freedom from "prejudices" and "moralistic constraints" bear witness to inumerable inner impediments, unavowed prohibitions, etc.? Why does a person free to "enjoy life" engage in systematic "pursuit of unhappiness", methodically organizing his/her failures? What's in it for him/her, what perverse libidinal profit?

38. » Slavoj Zizek
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39. BBC - Radio 3 - Night Waves - Slavoj Zizek
Kenan Malik meets Slovenian intellectual slavoj zizek, one of the most sought after contemporary cultural critics in Europe, whose new book looks at the
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Wednesday 9 January 2008 21:45-22:30 (Radio 3) Kenan Malik meets Slovenian intellectual Slavoj Zizek, one of the most sought after contemporary cultural critics in Europe, whose new book looks at the meaning of violence. Plus in the year that marks the 60th anniversary of Gandhi's death, Kenan and guests assess whether Gandhian non-violent protest still has a place in today's war-torn world. Duration: 45 minutes
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Kenan Malik, film critic Nigel Floyd and Middle East expert Fred Halliday discuss Charlie Wilson's War, the new film starring Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts about secret American funding of the Afghan mujahideen against the Russians in the Eighties - and the consequences since.
Charlie Wilson's War is released nationwide on January 11th certificate 15. William Boyd The novelist and screenwriter William Boyd joins Kenan to talk about guest editing the hundredth edition of the innovative literary magazine Granta.

40. Zizek - Indice
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