- Lacan.com

Josephine le sinthome

[…] Josephine “is thus the vehicle for the collectivity’s affirmation of itself: she reflects their collective identity back to them;” she is needed because “only the intervention of art and the theme of the great artist could make it possible to grasp the essential anonymity of the people, who have Read more…

By Slavoj Žižek, ago
- Newspapers and Magazines

Guilty Pleasures

Abstract: Zizek presents several motion pictures that he enjoys, including Topaz (1969), Top Hat (1935), Cossacks of the Kuban (1949), The Black Cat (1934), and Freddy vs. Jason (2003). He believes that these motion pictures, although considered as insignificant commercial trash, political propaganda, artistic failures, or, in the best case, Read more…

By Slavoj Žižek, ago