Category Archives: Slavoj Zizek

Bambach reviews Heidegger’s 1933-34 seminars, Nature, History, State

Charles Bambach reviews Heidegger’s 1933-34 seminars, Nature, History, State – translated and edited by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt – at NDPR. The volume in question comprises student protocols of the seminars, plus interpretative essays by Robert Bernasconi, Peter Eli Gordon, … Continue reading

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Books received – Verso (3 of 3)

Some of these I’ve read already due to Verso’s excellent e-book bundling. I wish more publishers would do this.  

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The Actuality of the Theologico-Political – Conference in London May 23-24

The Actuality of the Theologico-Political – Conference in London May 23-24, 2014 Today’s (post) political thought has been turned into an ethics and a legal philosophy. The business of politics is supposed to promote moral values and ethical policies which … Continue reading

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Verso’s Reading List on Christianity

As a riposte to David Cameron’s comments about Christianity (or just to sell some books), Verso have put together a list of their studies of Christianity. Régis Debray, Slavoj Žižek, Simon Critchley, Ernst Bloch, Terry Eagleton, Wu Ming…

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7 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in March

Critical-theory.com has another list of recently published books – Roudinesco on Lacan, Despret & Stengers, Negra & Tasker, Critchley, Shults, Zizek and Grant.

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9 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in February from Critical-Theory.com

9 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in February from Critical-Theory.com – Althusser, Negri, Miller, Bartlett/Clemens/Roffe, Constantinou, Butler, Braun, Losurdo, Epstein.

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“Zizek’s Jokes” – in book form

MIT Press are publishing a book of Žižek’s Jokes. “A serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes.”—Ludwig Wittgenstein The good news is that this book offers an entertaining but enlightening compilation of Žižekisms. Unlike any other … Continue reading

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