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  1. Living in the End Times by Slavoj Zizek, 2010-05-25
  2. First As Tragedy, Then As Farce by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-10-05
  3. Violence: Big Ideas/Small Books by Slavoj Zizek, 2008-07-22
  4. In Defense of Lost Causes by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-10-19
  5. Philosophy in the Present by Alain Badiou, Slavoj Zizek, 2009-12-29
  6. The Essential Zizek: The Complete Set (The Sublime Object of Ideology, The Ticklish Subject, The Fragile Absolute, The Plague of Fantasies: 4 books) by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-01-05
  7. Zizek: A (Very) Critical Introduction (Interventions) by Marcus Pound, 2008-11-15
  8. The Puppet and the Dwarf: The Perverse Core of Christianity (Short Circuits) by Slavoj Zizek, 2003-10-12
  9. The Subject of Politics: Slavoj Zizek's Political Philosophy by Henrik Jøker Bjerre, Carsten Bagge Laustsen, 2010-06-26
  10. Lacrimae Rerum: Ensayos Sobre Cine Moderno y Ciberespacio (Referencias (Debate)) (Spanish Edition) by Slavoj Zizek, 2006-08
  11. Slavoj Zizek (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Tony Myers, 2003-12-03
  12. Welcome to the Desert of the Real: Five Essays on September 11 and Related Dates by Slavoj Zizek, 2002-10-17
  13. The Fragile Absolute: Or, Why Is the Christian Legacy Worth Fighting For? (Second Edition)(The Essential Zizek) by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-01-05
  14. The Plague of Fantasies (Second Edition)(The Essential Zizek) by Slavoj Zizek, 2009-01-05

1. Slavoj Zizek - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Slavoj Zizek. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Slavoj Žižek (born March 21, 1949) is a Slovenian sociologist, philosopher and cultural critic.

2. Zizek, Slavoj (f. 1949)
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3. Slavoj Zizek
Slavoj Zizek. Slavoj Žižek (born March 21, 1949) is a Slovenian sociologist, philosopher and cultural critic. He was born in Ljubljana
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Slavoj Zizek
(born March 21 ) is a Slovenian sociologist philosopher and cultural critic. He was born in Ljubljana Yugoslavia (now Slovenia ). He received a Ph.D in Philosophy in Ljubljana and studied Psychoanalysis at the University of Paris University of Ljubljana , Slovenia. He is a visiting professor at several American universities ( Columbia Princeton New School for Social Research , New York, University of Michigan Jacques Lacan in a new reading of popular culture, e.g Alfred Hitchcock David Lynch V. I. Lenin fundamentalism and tolerance political correctness , subjectivity in post-modern times and other topics. In 1990 he was candidate for presidency in the Republic of Slovenia.
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4. Slavoj Zizek - The MIT Press
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10. Slavoj Zizek - Slavoj Žižek - Professor Of Philosophy And Psychoanalys
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Zizek, Slavoj. The Fright of Real Tears, Kieslowski and The Future. Indiana University Press. Bloomington, 2001
Zizek, Slavoj (Editor). The Fright of Real Tears: The Uses and Misuses of Lacan in Film Theory. Indiana University Press. November 2000, Hardcover, ISBN: 0851707548. Buy it at Amazon. November 2000, Paperback, ISBN: 0851707556 . Buy it at Amazon.
Zizek, Slavoj. Did Someone Say Totalitarianism?: Four Interventions in the Misuse of a Notion. Verso Books. London, New York, January 2001, 160 pages, Hardcover, ISBN: 1859847927. Buy it at Amazon.
Lukacs, Georg, John Rees (Translator), Slavoj Zizek and Esther Leslie. A Defence of History and Class Consciousness. Verso Books. July 2000, 182 pages, Hardcover, ISBN: 1859847471. Buy it at Amazon.
Butler, Judith, Ernesto Laclau and Slavoj Zizek. Contingency, Hegemony, Universality: Contemporary Dialogues on the Left. Verso Books. London, New York, July 2000, 300 pages, Hardcover, ISBN: 1859847579. Buy it at

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12. 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.

13. Slavoj Zizek - Slavoj Žižek - Professor Of Philosophy And Psychoanalys
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Slavoj Zizek is a professor of philosophy and psychoanalysis at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, where he conducts an Intensive Summer Seminar.
Slavoj Zizek
"One should not confuse this properly dialectical notion of Form with the liberal-multiculturalist notion of Form as the neutral framework of the multitude of 'narratives' -not only literature, but also politics, religion, science, they are all different narratives, stories we are telling ourselves about ourselves, and the ultimate goal of ethics is to guarantee the neutral space in which this multitude of narratives can peacefully coexist, in which everyone, from ethnic to sexual minorities, will have the right and possibility to tell his story. The properly dialectical notion of Form signals precisely the impossibilty of this liberal notion of Form: Form has nothing to do with 'formalism,' with the idea of a neutral Form. Independent of its contingent particular content; it rather stands for the traumatic kernel of the Real, for the antagonism, which 'colors' the entire field in question.Ö"
In his critique of contemporary capitalism Zizek finds not simply the conditions that Marx anathematized but those same conditions reified and made nearly intangible:
Zizek's agenda is to foster and engender a withering critique of the structural chains that enslave late-modern man. His nostalgia is for very large gestures: the meta-Real, the Universal, and the Formal. "This resistance is the answer to the question 'Why Lenin?': it is the signifier 'Lenin' which formalizes this content found elsewhere, transforming a series of common notions into a truly subversive theoretical formation."

14. Slavoj Zizek-Bibliography/Lacan Dot Com
slavoj zizek/Lacan Dot ComBibliography in English 1997/2004. slavoj zizek in English Conversations with zizek. slavoj zizek and Glyn Daly, London Polity Press.

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Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle

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Slavoj Zizek and Glyn Daly, London: Polity Press.
Organs Without Bodies: On Deleuze and Consequences

New York, London: Routledge. Jacques Lacan: Critical Evaluations in Cultural Theory SZ editor. London: Routledge. Revolution at the Gates: Selected Writings of Lenin from 1917 New York: Verso. The Puppet and the Dwarf: The Perverse Core of Christianity Cambridge: MIT Press. Repeating Lenin Zagreb: Arkzin. Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism? Five Essays in the (Mis)Use of a Notion London; New York: Verso. The Fright of Real Tears, Kieslowski and The Future Bloomington: Indiana University Press. On Belief London: Routledge. Opera's Second Death with Mladen Dolar, London: Routledge. Welcome to the Desert of the Real New York: The Wooster Press. The Fragile Absolute, Or Why the Christian Legacy is Worth Fighting For London; New York: Verso. The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime, On David Lynch's Lost Highway Walter Chapin Center for the Humanities: University of Washington.

15. Slavoj Žižek - Department Of Philosophy, Ljubljana
Official Englishlanguage staff page of this philosopher at the University of Ljubljana. Includes lists of his academic appointments and non-Slovene publications.
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Born on March 21, 1949, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Bachelor of Arts (philosophy and sociology, 1971), Master of Arts (philosophy, 1975), and Doctor of Arts (philosophy, 1981) at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana. Doctor of Arts (psychoanalysis, 1985) at the Universite Paris-VIII. From 1979 researcher at the Institute for sociology and philosophy, University of Ljubljana (from 1992 Institute for Social Sciences, Faculty for Social Sciences). Visiting professor at the Department of Psychoanalysis, Universite Paris-VIII (1982-3 and 1985-6), at the Centre for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Art, SUNY Buffalo (1991-2), at the Department of Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (1992), at the Tulane University, New Orleans (1993), at the Cardozo Law School, New York (1994) at the Columbia University, New York (1995), at the Princeton University (1996), at the New School for Social Research, New York (1997), at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1998), and at the Georgetown University, Washington (1999). In the last 20 years participation at over 350 international philosophical, psychoanalytical and cultural-criticism symposiums in USA, France, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Netherland, Island, Austria, Australia, Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Spain, Brasil, Mexico, Israel, Romania, Hungary and Japan.

16. LRB | Slavoj Zizek
Index of online articles contributed by this Slovenian thinker to the London Review of Books.

17. TP: Hysteria And Cyberspace
Interview with slavoj zizek, November 1998.
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Ulrich Gutmair and Chris Flor Interview with Slavoj Zizek
Slavoj Zizek is engaged in the psychoanalytical theory of film and pop culture, covering a broad area from Hitchcock and Lynch to horror stories and science fiction. The philosopher from Ljubljana, Slovenia became popular with his book ENJOY YOUR SYMPTOM!: JACQUES LACAN IN HOLLYWOOD AND OUT. Recently his study on the efficiency of the phantasmatic in the new media was published, currently he is writing a text dealing with cyberspace. After checking the abundance of titles dealing with the strange phenomena connected to the 'virtual worlds' Zizek comes to the conclusion, that - in contrast to the popular, exoticising readings of the net - the predominant psychic economy of electronic networks is a hysterical one. Mr. Zizek, in several essays you developed a critique of the so-called "virtualization of reality" which supposedly accompanies the development of information technologies. Recently you talked about several notions of cyberspace at the Humboldt University in Berlin. There is a 'collective' notion of cyberspace that was popularized for example via the idea of The Borg in Star Trek. The Borg seems to be something like a cybernetic insect state, combining the old image of the parasitic alien with a man-machine relationship which fuses the individual into 'One Being' via communication devices. This idea seems to correspond with the general trend towards a more or less predominant use of conspiracy theories to interpret the modern world...

from slavoj Zizeks On Belief (2001)
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19. Contracultura
Recursos contraculturales en la red. Escritos de slavoj zizek, Alain Badiou, Toni Negri entre otros.

20. Slavoj Zizek-Bibliography/The Marx Brother/Lacan Dot Com
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THE MARX BROTHER lacanian ink event How a philosopher from Slovenia became an international star
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Slovenia has, however, a reputation disproportionately large for its size when it comes to the world of ideas. This state of affairs is due to the work of Slavoj Zizek, a fifty-four-year-old Lacanian-Marxist philosopher from Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Zizek, who has been translated into more than twenty languages, has written books on subjects as wide-ranging as Hitchcock, Lenin, opera, and the terrorist attacks of September 11th. In the fifteen years since he started publishing in English, Zizek has established himself as a thinker whose views are worth paying attention to - if not always taking seriously, since always to take Slavoj Zizek seriously would be to make a category mistake.
Zizek's lecture was entitled "The Perverse Core of Christianity." Lately, he has taken to writing a great deal about Christianity, his enthusiasm for which is matched only by his commitment to atheism. Among his recent publications, he is most proud of having been asked to contribute to a German newsletter for priests that offers material for sermons. "This is, like, if you want to educate small girls, you ask a pervert," he says.
It was an extremely entertaining performance, though one contrived to leave the audience perplexed about what, exactly, Zizek stood for. One man, from the back of the room, accused Zizek of "weak-mindedness" for adhering to atheism after making such a spirited case for Christianity. Zizek replied, "When I discuss Christianity with superficial Catholics, their usual line of defense is to say, 'You atheists, you cannot really understand what is a religious experience.' But how do they know what is an atheist experience? I am almost tempted to claim that it is more natural for us to believe. To be an atheist, my God, is a very difficult thing."

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