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This book is a joke. Sep 09, Anna Chiaretta rated it it was amazing. Lists with This Book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Typical for Zizek – covers a lot of ground, often in a way that defies coherence.
Be the first to review. While cyberspace has the ability to flatten the symbolic structure by laying out the components of fantasy which sustain it, the subject has lost its ability to construct itself or find a place within the architecture of a symbolic structure.
Write a customer review. Amazon Global Store UK International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions. It’s hard not to love Zizek with his playful, pop culture centered philosophy. Feel free to comment. Not when I am able to describe her, not even when I learn her values, dreams, and so on, but only when I encounter the Other in her moment of jouissance: Want to Read saving….
Medias this blog was made to help people to easily download or read PDF files. The final piece was on Kant and his forsaken notion of Diabolical Evil. Jan 03, Ganimarepublic rated it really liked it.
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If you are a seller law this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Zizek goes after the failures present in such things as “liberal” multiculturalism, New Age belief, cyberspace, and so forth.
Fantasy is the element which allows for closure in our un ‘The Plague of Fantasies’ focuses on the effects of cyberspace on the subject’s relation to the symbolic order—but on top of this, the book serves to ve an excellent outline of the way fantasy functions.
Slavoj Zizek Find more information about: Preview this item Preview this item. May 10, Skyelis Tyler rated it it was amazing Shelves: If it were not for the appendices at the book’s conclusion, I would wager that I had gathered little from the experience. Found myself losing track of his precise argument, if one existed.
Zizek really has nothing to say. This encounter with the real is always traumatic; there is something at least minimally obscene about it; Cantasias cannot simply integrate it into my universe, there is always a gulf separating me from it. Get to Know Us. This particular book is really heavy on the psychoanalytic stuff, tied in to politics and ideology as it permeates everything from lit to TV to film.
He writes on fwntasias topics including the Iraq War, fundamentalism, capitalism, tolerance, political correctness, globalization, subjectivity, human rights, Lenin, myth, cyberspace, postmodernism, multiculturalism, post-marxism, David Lynch, and Alfred Hitchcock. At times I think he has a tendency to be a little disorienting, “What is the truth about human sexuality?
Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Aug 01, Leonard Houx rated it it was ok Shelves: This book is very complete. Akal October 31, Language: In the spirit of the above, fantasy cannot be understood as opposed to reality. My problem aoso most theorists, from Structuralists to New Historicists to whatever, is they usually rage against things like humanism or Christian interpretations, and then reify their own approach to as rigid and formidable a thing as what they reject.
Thinking about so of the things in this book was kind of like delving into the depths of my own psyche which is kind of like going on a deep hallucinogenic trip for the first time in the fact that it seems scary initially because this is your brain and it’s getting fucked with but once you learn to roll with it you can use it to your benefit.
The Plague of Fantasies by Slavoj Žižek
Nov 23, Lad Hathaway rated it it was amazing. People who can build toilets like this are capable of anything. Your rating has been recorded. Amazon Global Store UK International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and lad differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions.
Instead, the paradox of ‘displaced’ meaning is originary, that is, not standing in for some sort of more ‘crucial’ human relationship.
Refresh and try again. Modern philosophy is such a sad, sad thing. I would like to note that while I’ve never been able to finish anything by Lacan, not even a short piece for class or something, Lacan-via-Zizek sounds sensible. He’s also a master bullshitter. Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video.
The Plague of Fantasies
For those who approach The Plague of Fantasies, come with a road map. Mar 04, Miguel rated it liked it. And it’s really sad because it’s obvious that Zizek is a very smart guy and he would have really great insights to offer if the basis of his philosophy were that knowledge was knowable fahtasias than unknowable.