AUFS links to a conversation between Jacques Derrida and Ornette Colman from the late 90s. Here. Plus, here's another interview with Ornette Coleman: … Read More via Perverse Egalitarianism
Creatureliness and Immortality (via Speculative Humbug) [I now think the opinions expressed here are massively too hasty - this issue of meaning and finitude requires a lot more thought - but I'll leave the original post up anyway.] I've just watched the first episode of this interview with Simon Critchley, and I thought I'd take... Continue Reading →
Slavoj Žižek talks about his new book Living in the End Times in this audience based video filmed at LSE. Related Articles VIDEOS: The Beatniks of Greenwich Village (psychedelichippiemusic.blogspot.com) Interview with Slavoj Zizek: "Neoliberalism is in Crisis" (via Greek Left Review) (cengizerdem.wordpress.com) Slavoj Žižek masterclasses, and Jacques Lacan lecture (via P e r ∙ C r... Continue Reading →
"In Examined Life, filmmaker Astra Taylor accompanies some of today’s most influential thinkers on a series of unique excursions through places and spaces that hold particular resonance for them and their ideas. Peter Singer’s thoughts on the ethics of consumption are amplified against the backdrop of Fifth Avenue’s posh boutiques. Slavoj Zizek questions current beliefs... Continue Reading →
A short film adaptation based on Kafka's "Metamorphosis". Early work by filmmaker Carlos Atanes, 1994. İzolasyon ve Yaratıcılık Eğer bunalımlı, yani depresif bir şahsiyet biraz yetenekliyse evden çıkıp toplumsallaşma uğruna saçmalamak yerine odaya kapanıp yaratıcı yazarlığa, müziğe veya ressamlığa falan yönelirse kendine çok büyük bir iyilik etmiş olur. Bunalımlı kişi böylelikle bunalımını ve mutsuz bilincini... Continue Reading →
Liquid Theory TV is a collaboration between Clare Birchall, Gary Hall and Peter Woodbridge. This second episode in the series takes as its focus Gilles Deleuze's short essay Postscript on the Societies of Control. The first episode can be found here.
Hosted by The Institute for Human Sciences at Boston University on November 26, 2007, in this lecture entitled "Fear Thy Neighbor as Thyself: Antinomies of Tolerant Reason" Slavoj Zizek addresses perception, identity, and the "other".
From a debate between Slavoj Zizek and Alex Callinicos held at Marxism 2009 entitled, “What does it mean to be a Revolutionary today?” Click Here For Paid Social Media Jobs
"Derrida" The Movie différance “For Derrida, being is the oppositional conflict between binaries, but what is more real than even this duel of forces is the difference between them… But Derrida shows through his elaboration of différance that neither term in the binary truly conquers the other because both need the other in order to... Continue Reading →