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    Slavoj Žižek Û 2 Read PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) When Thatcher was asked about her greatest achievement she promptly answered 'New Labour'Risking an air of redundancy Trouble in Parad

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    Read & download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Slavoj Žižek PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) Once I’d finally finished the first draft of my PhD thesis all 79659 words of it the first book I decided to read was by Slavoj Žižek From this I infer that academia has warped my brain possibly for life I found 'Trouble in Paradise' a great deal easier to read than Living in the End Times for several reasons Firstly it is shorter secondly it is ostensibly based on a lecture series given in South Korea and thirdly there is le

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    Read & download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Slavoj Žižek Slavoj Žižek Û 2 Read Summary Trouble in Paradise Note to self Do not read any Slavoj Zizek If tempted repeat the word “transfunctionalization” until comatoseI forget

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    PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) Read & download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Slavoj Žižek Summary Trouble in Paradise Reading this at my desk while I worked for a financial services company felt like an open act of rebellion the euivalent of a 15 year old boy watching porn on his iPad in the living room while his parents watch Escape to the Country with vacant expressions After reading Mr Zizek's book I still dont know how to better organise the world Maybe once the big Covid 19 shakedown has had its way with us I will have some new ideas I will post on Go

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    PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) Summary Trouble in Paradise Žižek jerks off to words for two hundred pagesIf there was a point he was trying to communicate besides how very clever he is for managing to fit so much vocabulary into a paragraph I wasn't able or willing to extract it

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    PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) To use his own description a tartle I can't remember what his point is

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    Slavoj Žižek Û 2 Read PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) if moderate liberal forces continue to ignore the radical left they will generate an insurmountable fundamentalist wave

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    PDF/EBOOK (Trouble in Paradise) What I like about Zizek and this book is that the reader is not taken for granted his intelligence and capacity to comprehen

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Summary Trouble in Paradise

Trouble in Paradise Free download ↠ 2 In Trouble in Paradise Slavoj Zizek one of our most famous most combative philosophers explains how by drawing on the ideas of communism we can find a way out of the crisis of capitalism There is obviously trouble in the global capitalist paradise But why do we find it so difficult to imagine. Once I d finally finished the first draft of my PhD thesis all 79659 words of it the first book I decided to read was by Slavoj i ek From this I infer that academia has warped my brain possibly for life I found Trouble in Paradise a great deal easier to read than Living in the End Times for several reasons Firstly it is shorter secondly it is ostensibly based on a lecture series given in South Korea and thirdly there is less freuent recourse to Hegel and Kant The style is much the same however As i ek freely admits at the end No single idea underlies this bric a brac nothing like Negri s multitude or Piketty s soak the rich to orientate the book s analyses towards a clear political strategy The text flits from analysis of a poem or joke to discussion of genocide and financial crisis I ve become curiously fond of this uniue style but it doesn t lend itself to reviewing the book as a whole Instead I found myself writing references to specific points in a little notebook as otherwise I d forget them under the onslaught of further eclectic miscellanea Parts that I found interesting and thought provoking included discussion of structural unemployment as a necessary underpinning of global capitalism p23 the link between debt and guilt p 44 and this comment on freedomSince free choice is elevated to a supreme value social control and domination can no longer appear as infringing the subject s freedom it has to appear as and be sustained by the very experience of individuals as free This unfreedom often appears in the guise of its opposite when we are deprived of universal healthcare we are told that we are given a new freedom of choice to choose our healthcare provider when we can no longer rely on long term employment and are compelled to search for a new precarious job every few years or maybe even every couple of weeks we are told that we are given the opportunity to reinvent ourselves and discover our unexpected creative potential when we have to pay for the education of our children we are told that we become entrepeneurs of the self acting like a capitalist who has to choose freely how he will invest the resources he possesses or has borrowed in education health travel Constantly bombarded by such imposed free choices forced to make decisions for which we are not even properly ualified or do not possess enough information about we increasingly experience our freedom as a burden that causes unbearable anxietyThat second sentence is longer than I remembered Further intriguing material is to be found on constructed ignorance p69 the conflict between superego individualisation and global problems p87 and analysis of the Arab Spring and how revolutions are re appropriated p102 I further noted this idea about consistency and general principles versus specific circumstancesmarket freedom goes hand in hand with the US supporting its own farmers preaching democracy goes hand in hand with supporting Saudi Arabia This inconsistency this need to break one s own rules opens up a space for genuine political interventions In Greece a reasonable call for a efficient and non corrupt state apparatus if meant seriously implies a total overhaul of the state A measure say the defense of human rights which is in general a liberal platitude can lead to explosive developments in a specific context i ek also has some striking things to say about Europe s rising anti immigrant sentiment p138 the necessity and impossibility of global government p160 and post colonialism p170 At times though he is just talking nonsenseWhat if today straight marriage is the most dark and daring of all transgressions It really isn t The most memorable part of the book concerned the need for a new Master The initial point is both very true and well expressedWhen Thatcher was asked about her greatest achievement she promptly answered New Labour And she was right her triumph was that even her political enemies adopted her basic economic policies The true triumph is not victory over the enemy it occurs when the enemy itself starts to use your language so that your ideas form the foundation of the entire fieldFrom this i ek moves through Badiou to make this claim which I am not sure how to feel aboutWhat we need today in this situation is thus a Thatcher of the Left a leader who would repeat Thatcher s gesture in the opposite direction transforming the entire field of presuppositions shared by today s political elite of all main orientationsFood for thought certainly I was amused that i ek ended the book in the same way as David Graeber ends The Utopia of Rules On Technology Stupidity and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy with an extended analysis of The Dark Knight Rises That film appears to hold a fascination for critical theorists I can understand why on some level but it is also an absolute chaos of plot holes Here Ra s al Ghul is compared to Robespierre I was the first person to borrow this book from the university library evidently my fellow students have no idea how to have fun

Read & download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Slavoj ŽižekTrouble in Paradise

Trouble in Paradise Free download ↠ 2 A way out of the crisis we're in It is as if the trouble feeds on itself the march of capitalism has become inexorable the only game in town Setting out to diagnose the condition of global capitalism the ideological constraints we are faced with in our daily lives and the bleak future promis. Not a self help book for today s maladies but it is a book that tickles your brain Never read before sleeping if you want to have a nice sleep i ek s convictions are unapologetic and one might feel you know nothing as the book unfolds

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Trouble in Paradise Free download ↠ 2 Ed by this system Slavoj Zizek explores the possibilities and the traps of new emancipatory struggles Drawing insights from phenomena as diverse as Gangnam Style to Marx The Dark Knight to Thatcher Trouble in Paradise is an incisive dissection of the world we inhabit and the new order to come. To use his own description a tartle I can t remember what his point is

  • Hardcover
  • 208
  • Trouble in Paradise
  • Slavoj Žižek
  • en
  • 17 February 2020
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