2005 Fall, Some Politically Incorrect Reflections on Violence in France & Related Matters, lacan.com.
1. Violence, Irrational and Rational; 2. The Terrorist Resentment; 3. Escape from New Orleans; 4. The Subject Supposed to Loot and Rape Revisited; 5. C’est mon choix… to Burn Cars; 6. Class Struggles in France, Again
Internal | External [part 2] [part 3] [part 4] [part 5] [part 6]

2005 Fall, “Objet a” as Inherent Limit to Capitalism: on Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, lacan.com.
What makes “Empire” and “Multitude” such a refreshing reading (clearly the definitive exercises in Deleuzian politics)…
Internal | External

2005 Fall, The Obscenity of Human Rights: Violence as Symptom, lacan.com.
The anxious expectation that nothing will happen, that capitalism will go on indefinitely, the desperate demand to do something, to revolutionize capitalism, is a fake…
Internal | External

2005 Fall, With or Without Passion – What’s Wrong with Fundamentalism? Part I lacan.com.
Internal | External

2005 Fall, Move the Underground! – What’s Wrong with Fundamentalism? Part II lacan.com.
Internal | External

2005 Spring, Over the Rainbow Coalition! lacan.com.
The credentials of those who, even prior to its release, virulently criticize Mel Gibson’s “Passion” seem impeccable…
Internal | External

2005 Spring, The Act and its Vicissitudes, The Symptom 6 / lacan.com.
What is an act in the strict Lacanian sense of the term?…
Internal | External

2004 Winter, Passion in the Era of Decaffeinated Belief, The Symptom 5 / lacan.com.
The credentials of those who, even prior to its release, virulently criticize Mel Gibson’s new film on the last 12 hours of Christ’s life, seem impeccable…
Internal | External

2004, Are We Allowed to Enjoy Daphnée du Maurier? Center for Theology and Politics / lacan.com.
Internal | External

2004, Christians, Jews and Other Criminals: A Critique of Jean-Claude Milner, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2004, The Iraqi Borrowed Kettle, lacan.com.
We all remember the old joke about the borrowed kettle which Freud quotes in order to render the strange logic of dreams…
Internal [version 2] | External

2004, Henning Mankell, the Artist of the Parallax View, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2004, Will You Laugh for Me, Please, lacan.com.
On April 8, Charles R. Douglass, the inventor of “canned laughter” – the artificial laughter which accompanies comical moments in TV-series – died at 93 in Templeton…
Internal | External

2004, A Cup of Decaf Reality, lacan.com.
“The Real Cancun” (2003), the first ever ‘reality movie’ follows sixteen people will together for eight days in a beachfront Cancun villa for the ultimate Spring Break vacation…
Internal | External

2004, Death’s Merciless Love, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2004, On Opera: Walhalla’s Frigid Joys, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2004, On Opera: La Clemenza di Tito, or the Ridiculously-Obscene Excess of Mercy, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2004, On Opera: The Sex of Orpheus, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2003 September 25th, Homo Sacer as the Object of the University Discourse, lacan.com.
L’envers de la psychanalyse, Seminar XVII (1969-1970) on the four discourses, is Lacan’s response to the events of 1968…
Internal | External

2003 September 25th, Heiner Mueller Out of Joint, lacan.com.
The documentary on Heiner Mueller and his staging of Hamlet in 1989, “Zeit aus den Fugen”, deploys the entire scope of his reticence…
Internal | External

2003 April 11th, The Iraqi MacGuffin, lacan.com.
We all know what the Hitchcockian “MacGuffin” means: the empty pretext which just serves to set in motion the story…
Internal | External

2003 March 13th, The Iraq War: Where is the true danger? lacan.com.
Internal | External

2002 Spting, Welcome to the Desert of the Real, The Symptom 2 / lacan.com.
Alain Badiou identified as the key feature of the XXth century the “passion of the Real” …
Internal | External

2001 October 7th, Welcome To The Desert Of The Real Reflections on WTC – 3rd version, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2001, Can Lenin Tell Us about Freedom Today? lacan.com.
Internal | External

2001, Repeating Lenin, lacan.com.
from ‘Repeating Lenin’ Zagreb: Arkzin
Internal | External

2001, The Leninist Freedom, lacan.com.
from ‘On Belief’ London: Routledge
Internal | External

2001, The Desert and the Real, lacan.com.
Internal | External

2000, From Proto-Reality to the Act, Center for Theology and Politics / lacan.com.
Internal | External

2000, No Sex Please! We Are Post-Humans, lacan.com.
Internal | External

1999, Against the Double Blackmail,  lacan.com.
Internal | External

1999 September, The Thing from Inner Space, Mainview.
Internal | External

1998 Fall, Kant and Sade: The ideal couple, Lacanian ink. Vol. 13.

1997 Fall, From Joyce-the-Symptom to the Symptom of Power, Lacanian ink, Vol. 11.

1996, Love beyond Law, Center for Theology and Politics / lacan.com
‘The Lacanian Subject’ not only provides an excellent introduction into the fundamental coordinates of Jacques Lacan’s conceptual network
Internal | External

1996 Spring, Woman is One of the Names-of-the-Father, or How Not to Misread Lacan’s Formulas of Sexuation, Lacanian ink, Vol. 10 / lacan.com.
Internal | External


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