Tag: Slavoj Žižek

Equivalence.

There certainly is a great deal of darkness in the dense Congolese jungle — but its causes lie elsewhere, in the bright executive offices of our banks and high-tech companies. In order to truly awaken from the capitalist “dogmatic dream” (as Kant would have… Continue Reading “Equivalence.”

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Tolerance

So where is ideology? When we are dealing with a problem which is undoubtedly real, the ideological designation-perception introduces its invisible mystification. For example, tolerance designates a real problem – when I criticize it, I am, as a rule, asked: “But how can you… Continue Reading “Tolerance”

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Riders of the Capitalist Apocalypse

According to Slavoj Žižek, the four riders are: Ecological Crises Consequences of the biogenetic revolution Imbalances within the system itself (problems with intellectual property; forthcoming struggles over raw materials, food and water) Explosive growth of social divisions and exclusions Also in the introduction to… Continue Reading “Riders of the Capitalist Apocalypse”

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