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  • adjective Of or pertaining to Slavoj Žižek (born 1949), Slovenian continental philosopher and critical theorist.

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  • Not to mention it demonstrates that this person cannot think for themselves, that they are somehow upholding the Zizekian notion of ideology which is stuck in an inverse of the Hegelian Dialectic.

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  • Not to mention it demonstrates that this person cannot think for themselves, that they are somehow upholding the Zizekian notion of ideology which is stuck in an inverse of the Hegelian Dialectic.

    George Elerick: Jesus, Johnny Depp And Christian Terrorists

  • While in these views, nature is a mysterious harmony or an automatic machine, in this essay's Zizekian view (a synthesis of Schelling and Lacan), nature is the existential life substance (Zizek, Remainder 218-20).

    'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' as an Ambient Poem; a Study of a Dialectical Image; with Some Remarks on Coleridge and Wordsworth

  • Not to mention it demonstrates that this person cannot think for themselves, that they are somehow upholding the Zizekian notion of ideology which is stuck in an inverse of the Hegelian Dialectic.

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  • But to be quite honest, after going through all my Lacanian, Zizekian, and Badiouian escapades, I have to confess that I'm left scratching my head as to how the question contributes anything to producing change beyond providing a sort of pep rally for demoralized leftists living in a neoliberal world.

    Larval Subjects .

  • My immediate suspicion for the sender's identity is a mediocre art hack and erstwhile Zizekian blogger once of my acquaintance who now posts frequently on dissensus, but really it could be anyone who doesn't read especially closely and has a penchant for slightly sinister anonymous comments and emails, and judging by their mention of something I've referred to

    sit down man, you're a bloody tragedy

  • Within a Zizekian frame of the decline of symbolic efficiency, we would have fragile imaginary subjects always competing and never certain and thus always vulnerable.

    I cite

  • Trendee’s lectures on the Zizekian moment in postcolonial queer theory.

    The Little Professor:

  • Trendee’s lectures on the Zizekian moment in postcolonial queer theory.

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  • Part of the Zizekian controversy can be traced straightforwardly to his celebrity — not hard to get fellow academics ornery when you’re greeted by admiring throngs at each of your talks (let me tell you) — but there is also his propensity for acting in ways that are judged to be somewhat frivolous: frequent references to pop culture, an unrestrained delight in telling jokes.

    The universe is structured like a language

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