[Perhaps one of his clearest lectures of Žižek, addressing his own views of what needs to be done politically – including his opposition to localism, the emphasis on recreating a new political organisation, what happens the day after the ‘revolution’, etc. Lecture delivered at Kyeonghee University, Seoul (South Korea) on September 26th 2013.]

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Ippolit Belinski

Ippolit Belinski is the admin of Zizek.uk. He is an independent scholar working on Carl Schmitt and Hannah Arendt. Belinski has yet to publish his manuscript, though he often justifies the lack of publications by proclaiming to be a poet instead.

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