Vol 4, No 1 (2010)

Table of Contents

Articles

Habermas avec Žižek*
Ricardo Camargo
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Shakespeare’s Politics of Invisibility: Power and Ideology in The Tempest
Étienne Poulard
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The Necessity of Belief, Or, The Trouble with Atheism
Todd McGowan
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Struggling with Žižek's Ideology: The Deleuzian Complaint, Or, Why is Žižek a Disguised Deleuzian in Denial?
Jan Jagodzinski
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Thought is Grievance: on Žižek’s Parallax
Rex Butler
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Techne and Impossibility: Re-reading Žižek’s Ideology-Critique as Geisteskritik
Daniel Hourigan
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Symptom or Sinthome? A critical review of Burnout and intersubjectivity: A pschoanalytical study from a Lacanian perspective
Duane Rousselle
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The Real Internet
Jodi Dean
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Žižek’s Notion of Ideology Critique in Context
Heiko Feldner, Fabio Vighi
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A Subject that Matters: Žižek’s Ideology Critique Today
Fabio Vighi, Heiko Feldner
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Meta-Dialectics and the Balancing Acts of Žižekianism: A Response to Fabio Vighi
Adrian Johnston
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La Meta-dialéctica y los actos de equilibrio del ‘Žižekianismo’: Una Respuesta a Fabio Vighi (translation)
Adrian Johnston
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On Practicing Theory: Some Remarks on Adrian Johnston’s Badiou, Žižek, and Political Transformations
Fabio Vighi
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La Practica Teórica: Un Comentario sobre ‘Badiou, Žižek, and Political Transformations’ de Adrian Johnston (translations)
Fabio Vighi
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Reviews & Debates

Review: First as Tragedy, Then as Farce. Slavoj Žižek. New York: Verso, 2009. 157pp.
Douglas Reeser
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The Ticklish Subject Book Review
Jason Wakefield
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