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A Hegelian philosopher and leading figure on the academic left, Žižek is the International Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities and the author of numerous books. His critical analysis of popular culture has gained him international recognition, and he has been called the ‘Elvis of cultural theory.’ His most recent book, Like A Thief In Broad Daylight, discusses the dangers and possibilities thrown up by recent advances in technology, and the electrifying implications for us all.

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Slavoj Žižek: Don't Act. Just Think. | Big Think

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Philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek has a bone to pick with the PC movement. While he doesn’t buy into the right-wing paranoid view that the politically correct among us are evil people who want to destroy the American way of life, he does think they’re doing some damage. Žižek questions whether censoring our expression really addresses racial tension – or does it merely give birth to a politer form of racism (or sexism, or religious and political differences)? Tolerance has started to work against its own agenda, becoming a patronizing insult to those who think differently to you, a way of brushing off and compartmentalizing differences rather than listening and connecting. Žižek recommends we add a tasteful dose of obscenity and humor to our interactions with each other in order to make them more genuine. Covering up racism with nicer words doesn’t eradicate it, but laughing at each other’s differences – in the right way – can unite a world of others. Slavoj Žižek's most recent book is Refugees, Terror and Other Troubles with the Neighbors: Against the Double Blackmail
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SLAVOJ ŽIŽEK:

Slavoj Žižek is a Slovenian philosopher and cultural critic. He is a professor at the European Graduate School, International Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, Birkbeck College, University of London, and a senior researcher at the Institute of Sociology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. His books include Living in the End Times, First as Tragedy, Then as Farce, In Defense of Lost Causes, four volumes of the Essential Žižek, and Event: A Philosophical Journey Through a Concept.

rnŽižek received his Ph.D. in Philosophy in Ljubljana studying Psychoanalysis. He has been called the Elvis of philosophy and an academic rock star. His work calls for a return to the Cartesian subject and the German Ideology, in particular the works of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling. Slavoj Žižek's work draws on the works of Jacques Lacan, moving his theory towards modern political and philosophical issues, finding the potential for liberatory politics within his work. But in all his turns to these thinkers and strands of thought, he hopes to call forth new potentials in thinking and self-reflexivity. He also calls for a return to the spirit of the revolutionary potential of Lenin and Karl Marx.
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Slavoj Žižek: I know that there is a lot of sexual harassment, racism and so on in our lives and I don't doubt that the majority of people who promote political correctness mean it sincerely. I'm not saying that. I'm not saying in the way of right wing paranoia that they are evil people who want to destroy American way of life, I'm just saying this that the way they approach the problem is that instead of resolving it the predominant effect is just to keep it under check and allowing the true problem, racism, sexism, to survive in a more covered up version and so on and so on. For example, I always like this extreme example. Let's take racist jokes. Yes they function in a racist way, but for me the true overcoming of racism is not that you prohibit racist jokes, but that you establish a social, not even only social change, new society, but even such a change of atmosphere that you can tell exactly the same jokes without appearing a racist. When you are simply in a true relationship of equality, respect and so on, sometimes dirty jokes, even gently racist jokes done in a non-racist way, by this I mean that you including yourself and you make fun of yourself and so on, they're incredible. I think your American term is icebreakers.

Because it's easy to be a non-racist in this political correct way oh I respect your food, your national identities, no. When does it happen real contact with another? I claim it's very difficult to arrive at it without a small exchange of an obscenity. It works in a wonderful way. So I claim for me and ideal post racist situation is let's say I am an Indian and you are an African American. We are telling all the time dirty jokes to each other about each other about ourselves, but in such a way that we just laugh and the more we are telling them the more we are friends. Why? Because in this way we really resolved the tension of racism. What I'm afraid, now coming back to your question, with political correctness is that it's a des...

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Slavoj Žižek: What Does the Future Hold? From the Singularity to Freud, Secret Lives to Wired Brains

Cancel Culture. Neoliberalism. Elon Musk. Hegel. The pandemic. Nothing is off the table for the world-renowned philosopher, psychoanalyst, Communist Slavoj Zizek. He is known for his battles with Patrick Bet-David, Tyler Cowen, Will Self and, of course, Jordan Peterson. Now he sits down with philosopher, psychologist and author Robert Rowland Smith in this exclusive How To Academy Event.

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Slavoj Žižek: Coronavirus, Black Lives Matter, and revolution | Big Think Edge

Pandemic! Protests! Panic! A Conversation With Slavoj Žižek.

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The COVID-19 pandemic shocked societies and economies throughout the world. Now, the US is in the midst of powerful protests that are spreading across the globe.

In this live session, moderated by political scientist Samo Burja, philosopher Slavoj Žižek will analyze this moment in history as it unfolds, discussing political narratives, revolutions, capitalism, and, of course, communism. And so on.
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SLAVOJ ŽIŽEK:

Slavoj Žižek is one of the most prolific and well-known philosophers and cultural theorists in the world today. His inventive, provocative body of work mixes Hegelian metaphysics, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and Marxist dialectic in order to challenge conventional wisdom and accepted verities on both the left and the right. Žižek’s ability to witness and analyze the influences of corporations, Nationalism, and the ideological underpinnings of any geopolitical, or social occurrence, is more relevant than ever, while we take a thorough survey of the current pandemic. His challenges of leftist ethical codes, his audacious use of humor, while seriously questioning the presupposed truths and what is deemed good, all of these qualities are woven through his numerous publications, and will be present with us today as we get to speak to Žižek in person. You can watch his videos on Big Think. Žižek’s most recent book is Pandemic!: COVID-19 Shakes the World.
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Samo Burja is the founder of Bismarck Analysis, a consulting firm that investigates the institutional landscape of society, usually in political risk. Samo is also a research fellow at the Long Now Foundation where he studies how institutions can endure for centuries and millennia. As Senior Research Fellow in Political Science at the Foresight Institute, he helps advise how institutions can shape the future of technology.
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Europe is Kaput. Long live Europe! - Slavoj Žižek, Yanis Varoufakis and Julian Assange - full event

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Philosopher Slavoj Žižek and former Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange discuss Europe’s future. With the recent economic crisis in Greece, unprecedented challenges to centralised European policy, and the lack of consensus on the ongoing refugee crisis, many would agree that Europe faces its greatest ever predicament. Slavoj Žižek, regarded as ‘the most dangerous philosopher in the West’ (The New Republic), and Yanis Varoufakis, self-described ‘erratic Marxist’ and economic ‘rock-star’ (Business Insider and other publications), met in Croatia in 2013. They have never appeared together on the public stage – until now. Take your seat to hear them discuss the urgent task of building a different and more democratic Europe. The conversation explores the contradictions of late capitalism and some of the solutions that might just save the European project. It is moderated by Croatian philosopher Srecko Horvat.

Slavoj Žižek. Capitalism and its Threats. 2018

Slavoj Žižek. Professor of Philosophy at The European Graduate School / EGS. Saas-Fee, Switzerland. EGS, June 17th, 2018. Public open lecture for the students of the Division of Philosophy, Art & Critical Thought.

Slavoj Žižek is a Slovenian-born philosopher and psychoanalyst. He is a professor of philosophy at The European Graduate School / EGS, a senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, Global Distinguished Professor of German at New York University, International Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, and founder and president of the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis, Ljubljana. Aside from these appointments, Žižek tirelessly gives lectures around the globe and is often described as “the Elvis of cultural theory”. Although, more seriously, as British critical theorist Terry Eagleton confers, Žižek is the “most formidably brilliant” theorist to have emerged from Europe in decades. Many, in fact, now consider Žižek to be “the most dangerous philosopher in the West.”



He grew up in in Ljubljana, Slovenia, which at the time was part of the former Yugoslavia. The regime’s more permissive, albeit “pernicious,” policies allowed for Žižek’s exposure to Western theory and culture, in particular film, English detective novels, German Idealism, French structuralism, and Jacques Lacan. Studying at the University of Ljubljana, he completed his master's degree in philosophy in 1975 with a thesis on French structuralism and his Doctoral degree in philosophy in 1981 with a dissertation on German Idealism. He then went to Paris, along with Mladen Dolar, to study Lacan under Jacques Alain-Miller (Lacan’s son-in-law and disciple). During this time in Paris, from 1981–85, Žižek completed another dissertation on the work of Hegel, Marx, and Kripke through a Lacanian lens. After his return to Slovenia, he became more politically active writing for , a weekly newspaper, co-founding the Slovenian Liberal Demorcratic Party, and running for one of four seats that comprised the collective Slovenian presidency (Žižek came in fifth).



Žižek rose to prominence in 1989 following his first book published in English, . Since then he has written countless books, in fact, perhaps the only thing more numerous than the talks he tirelessly gives across the globe are the books on which those interviews stand. For the last twenty-five years Žižek has been writing predominantly in English, and to a far lesser extent in his native Slovenian, for obvious reasons. His books of the last decades include: (1991), (1993), (1997), (1999), (2006), (2001), (1996), (1992), (1991), (2015), (2003), (2002), (2010), (1994), (2002), (2009), (2009), (2007), (2012), (2007), (2001), (2008), (2000), and (2012). Along with these and many other books, he has also co-authored a number of books with Alain Badiou, Judith Butler, Eric Santner, John Millbank, Ernesto Laclau, Boris Gunjević, and Agon Hamza, among others. Further, he is the editor of a number of consequential series, including Wo Es War by Verso, SIC by Duke University Press, and Short Circuits by MIT Press.

Nieder mit der Ideologie? – Slavoj Žižek im Gespräch | Sternstunde Philosophie | SRF Kultur

Slavoj Žižek gilt als Enfant terrible der Philosophie, provoziert Rechte wie Linke und analysiert das Geschehen mit dem Besteck von Marx und Hegel. Vor allem ist Slavoj Žižek «hip», und das schon seit Jahrzehnten. Der wortgewaltige Tausendsassa verteidigt in «Sternstunde Philosophie» seine Ideologiekritik.

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Slavoj Žižek Interview | Oxford Political Review

Slavoj Žižek is a Slovenian philosopher, based at the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Arts, and the international director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities of the University of London. A self-described 'radical leftist', he is amongst the most renowned contemporary philosophers in the world today.

Brian Wong, OPR Editor-in-Chief, conducted the interview.

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Slavoj Žižek-Interview zu Sex und das verfehlte Absolute (BOOKFEST digital)

Žižek nimmt sich in seinem Opus magnum nichts weniger vor als eine Neudefinition des dialektischen Materialismus. Abgelöst von seinem ursprünglichen ideologisch-politischen Kontext, passt dieser Begriff auf die Weltsicht moderner Wissenschaftler, die als Materialisten die Realität auf dialektische Weise verstehen: als dynamischen Prozess, der immer in Bewegung ist, in dem graduelle Veränderung in plötzliche Umschwünge und explosionsartige Entwicklungen mündet. Dabei denkt Žižek Materialismus ohne Materie im substanziellen Sinn; an dessen Stelle steht ein rein formaler Materialismus der Wellen oder Quanten, die sich in einem entmaterialisierten Raum bewegen.

Sein System entwickelt der Autor in Auseinandersetzung mit der Assemblage-Theorie und gestaltet es in Form einer Abhandlung über die Grundstrukturen nicht orientierbarer Oberflächen.

Freud Lives! | Slavoj Žižek and Stephen Grosz

We are often told that psychoanalysis is dead. Outdated scientifically, in that the Freudian model of the mind has been superseded by neurobiology; outdated clinically, where the talking cure has lost ground to drug treatment or behavioural therapy; outdated socially, where the idea that we are repressed by the norms of others is no longer stocked in today’s supermarket of free choices. But perhaps the moment of psychoanalysis has only just arrived.

Slavoj Žižek and Stephen Grosz – a dazzling theorist and a renowned practitioner – have urgent stories to tell us about ourselves and the present state of our wishes: the wish for a trouble-free existence, and for therapies which can instantly return us to everyday reality, or unreality; the wish for science to explain our minds, or explain them away...

Discovering the unconscious at work in psychic life, Freud showed that the ego is not master in its own house, that we do not know our own minds. This is a truth with no sell-by date, and Freud’s insights are alive today more than ever.

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Poetry-in-the-Round with Slavoj Žižek (October 24, 2018)

Philosopher and psychoanalyst Slavoj Žižek visits Seton Hall University to deliver a lecture on ideology, political abstraction, and Samuel Beckett.

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Exposure Is Key: Solving Violence In Chicago | Jahmal Cole | Talks at Google

Jahmal Cole stops by Google Chicago to discuss his new book, Exposure Is Key: Solving Violence In Chicago By Exposing Teens To Opportunities.

Named as one of Huffington Post’s 15 Inspiring Chicagoans, Cole is passionate about creating opportunities for disadvantaged teenagers. My Block, My Hood, My City provides underprivileged youth with an awareness of the world and opportunities beyond their immediate neighborhoods, taking students on explorations focused on STEM, Arts & Culture, Citizenry & Volunteerism, Health, Community Development, Culinary Arts, and Entrepreneurism.

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Critiquing Slavoj Žižek's Violence

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The Authors@Google program was pleased to welcome Slavoj Žižek to Google's New York office to discuss his latest book, Violence.

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Slavoj Žižek is a Post-Marxist sociologist, philosopher, and cultural critic. In 1989, with the publication of his first book written in English, The Sublime Object of Ideology, Žižek achieved international recognition as a major social theorist. Since then, Žižek he has continued to develop his status as an intellectual outsider and confrontational maverick.
Žižek is a senior researcher at the Institute of Sociology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and a professor at the European Graduate School. He has been a visiting professor at, among others, the University of Chicago, Columbia, London Consortium, Princeton, The New School, the University of Minnesota, the University of California, Irvine and the University of Michigan. He is currently the International Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities at Birkbeck College, University of London

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Slavoj Žižek za Jutarnji: 'Bog ne postoji, a ako postoji, On je đavo'

Razgovarali smo u vrtu Slovenskog etnografskog muzeja, a da bismo se preselili na osamljeno mjesto u vrtu, sam je zgrabio i prenio svoju ležaljku. Pa da, iako filozofska zvijezda za kojom se ljudi okreću, za čija predavanja plaćaju skupe ulaznice, osporavaju ga i dive mu se, ipak je čovjek s dvije ruke.

Slavoj Žižek or Jordan Peterson? Both Please!

In this video I expand on my initial ideas regarding a productive debate between philosopher Slavoj Žižek and psychologist Jordan Peterson. I think that a debate between Žižek and Peterson should be structured around Christianity, Post-Modernism, and Psychoanalysis. Here I go into greater detail about why these three themes would be worth while for both thinkers to explore each others works.

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