Posts Tagged: Lacan

How to Encounter That Impossibility? Zizek’s Theory of Subject

From Zizek’s reading of Hegel, Marx, and Lacan, can we learn about Zizek, not the complex entanglement of Hegelian, Marxian, and Lacanian theories? What is Zizek’s own theory, his own philosophical, political, and psychoanalytic theory? What does Zizek want to

How to Encounter That Impossibility? Zizek’s Theory of Subject

From Zizek’s reading of Hegel, Marx, and Lacan, can we learn about Zizek, not the complex entanglement of Hegelian, Marxian, and Lacanian theories? What is Zizek’s own theory, his own philosophical, political, and psychoanalytic theory? What does Zizek want to

The Big Other Operating at a Symbolic Level

(Reading: Slavoj Zizek’s How to Read Lacan; http://www.lacan.com/zizhowto.html) At the very moment when others see the death of psychoanalysis, Zizek witnesses instead the return of it. Thus the aim of this book (How to Read Lacan) is, according to him,

The Big Other Operating at a Symbolic Level

(Reading: Slavoj Zizek’s How to Read Lacan; http://www.lacan.com/zizhowto.html) At the very moment when others see the death of psychoanalysis, Zizek witnesses instead the return of it. Thus the aim of this book (How to Read Lacan) is, according to him,

Frantz Fanon – Black Skin, White Mask

Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Mask, Grover Press, 1967. As we have seen it from his other book, The Wretched of the Earth (1961), what Fanon had pursued and hoped to build, through the struggle against colonialism or the colonizers, was

Frantz Fanon – Black Skin, White Mask

Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Mask, Grover Press, 1967. As we have seen it from his other book, The Wretched of the Earth (1961), what Fanon had pursued and hoped to build, through the struggle against colonialism or the colonizers, was