Arriesgar lo imposible [kindle PDF] ☆ Slavoj Žižek

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Es nada más y nada menos ue su síntoma la más elevada especulación filosófica los chistes más audaces y un sinfín de ideas fulminantes Interesarán a los ue huyen de lo trillado en filosofía y política y a los ue conociendo la obra de este pensador uieren verle en acción arriesgando lo imposib. My first impression after finishing Demanding the Impossible is that Slavoj Zizek is some sort of bombastic Leftist name dropper with ADHD He darts from subject to subject with no signaling or direction While he s apparently well read and brings fresh ideas I don t believe he directly or earnestly answered a single one of the uestions asked in this set of interviews that make up the book As a casual reader as opposed to someone who is well versed the source material such as Lacan Marx or Antonio Negri I found my first experience with Zizek flowing in two directions at times I felt like all the bouncing from topic to topic with doctoral level philosophy references sprinkled in was a case of me being in over my head To be totally honest when it comes to politics and foreign policy I prefer the cold unassailable fact based style of someone like Noam Chomsky On the other hand I couldn t shake the idea that Zizek was simply doing what he s best known for pandering to millennial era students applying critical theory to a vast array of news headlines and pop culture moments While it was all very entertaining I have not been left with the impression that Slavoj Zizek warrants all the gushing praise given to him On the other hand I look forward to continuing to read his other interviews articles and books as his reputation as an intellectual provocateur is certainly well earned

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Arriesgar lo imposible

Desde su tortuoso comienzo en el mundo académico de la ex Yugoslavia hasta la revelación de ue la célebre Sociedad de Psicoanálisis Teórico en realidad no existe; desde sus trepidantes reflexiones sobre la biogenética y el ciberespacio hasta su contundente crítica a la supuesta tolerancia del mul. One of the easiest books by Zizek It is a smooth read in which he smoothly criticizes much of the modern context as he always does and offers some solutions His criticism are unusually on point which makes this an amazing summarization of much of his view on culture The context of South Korea the pretext of the conversation in the book are clearly apparent though which helps one draw parallels on the situation of the left in the non Western world In general it is a great read

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Ticulturalismo; desde sus últimos desarrollos teóricos sobre lo Real en Lacan hasta la retractación del concepto de ideología elaborado en sus primeros libros; desde la pulsión de muerte como apertura de la verdad hasta lo estéril del fantasma sexual Estas conversaciones manifiestan ue Žižek no. Very accessible introduction to this important public intellectual


10 thoughts on “Arriesgar lo imposible

  1. says:

    This slim volume is basically the edited transcript of a two day long interview session of Žižek by Indigo Sow

  2. says:

    One of the easiest books by Zizek It is a smooth read in which he smoothly criticizes much of the modern context as he always does and offers some solutions His criticism are unusually on point which makes this an amazing summarization of much of his view on culture The context of South Korea the pretext of the conversation in the book are clearly apparent though which helps one draw parallels on the situation of the

  3. says:

    Unusually easy to read and easy to follow for Žižek organized into thirty odd bite sized sections More important

  4. says:

    Very accessible introduction to this important public intellectual

  5. says:

    Pretty good as an introduction to Zizek’s thinking Easy to read since it’s basically a transcript from a two day interview with him

  6. says:

    Demanding the Impossible is the transcription of an interview between undifferentiated members of Indigo Sowon an educational center in South Korea and Slavoj Zizek A uestion is posed at the start of each section of which there are 34 and Zizek responds in his famously galactic style elucidating his positions with an array of popular and historical references all while maintaining his own singular gravity The majority of the book concerns d

  7. says:

    Perhaps the key point Zizek makes in this wide ranging interview is that everything needs to be rethought and he certainly does a lot of re thi

  8. says:

    I don't think there is any natural order Natural orders are catastrophicThinking is not solving problems The first step in thinking is to ask these sort of uestions is this really a problem? Is this the right way to formulate the problem? How did we arrive at this? This is the ability we need in thinking very stoicThere

  9. says:

    My first impression after finishing “Demanding the Impossible” is that Slavoj Zizek is some sort of bombastic Leftist name dropper with ADHD He darts from subject to subject with no signaling or direction While he’s apparently well read and brings fresh ideas I don’t believe he directly or earnestly answered a single one of the uestions asked in this set of interviews that make up the book As a casual r

  10. says:

    Zizek is one of those rare continental philosophers who's actually really fun to read and listen to This book really doesn't have much focus and is just a really long interview between Zizek and a South Korean book publisher His HegelianCultural Metaphysics stuff for the most part is mostly inflated and empty in this book possibly due to the interview format eg stuff like 'Universality exists in between the pol