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European Leftists Are Rejecting the Kurds over Their Reliance on the Us. It Is Just Another Disgusting Betrayal - The independent (Oct. 23)
Yes, It Is a Climate Crisis. and Your Tiny Human Efforts Have Never Seemed so Meagre - The independent (Sep. 4)
‘We are moving into a new, controlled society worse than old totalitarianism’ – Zizek on Google leak - RT (Aug. 17)
Trump’s Conflict with China Is a Real War – Both Will Shed Blood for Control of Capitalism’s Monstrous Machine - The Independent (Aug. 8)
Truth Is Many Democrat ‘Moderates’ Prefer Trump to Sanders in 2020 White House Race - RT (Aug. 2)
We are already controlled by the digital giants, but Huawei’s expansion will usher in China-style surveillance - The Independent (May 14)
Assange Helped Teach the People About Our Tarnished Freedom – Now We Are All He Has Left to Defend Him - The Independent (Apr. 12)
Fearing Establishment, Sanders’ Leftist Critics Offer Socialism, Without Socialism - RT (Mar. 2)
Trump or Clinton, Brexit or Remain, Maduro or Guaido? They are both worse! - RT (Feb. 22)
Toxic Masculinity Can Be Heroic, and Here Are the Women That Prove It - The Independent (Feb. 11)
The Battle for Europe's Soul May Be Lost – the Fight Against the Populists Will Be About Starting Afresh - The Independent (Jan. 29)
‘Traditional Masculinity Toxic?’ New Universe of Subtle Corruption Emerges - RT (Jan. 12)
Current Trends in Self-Reproach & Guilt Serve Interests of Elites - RT (Jan. 11)
Slavoj Žižek interview: “Trump created a crack in the liberal centrist hegemony” - New Statesman (Jan. 9)



How Mao Would Have Evaluated the Yellow Vests - RT (Dec. 21)
Critical Theory and Interaction Design - Slavoj Zizek (contributor) / MIT Press (Dec. 4)
If we want to survive on this planet, we need to abandon the cause of the nation state - New Statesman (Dec. 3)
Racism Is Alive and Well in Both Europe and Israel – with Different Victims - RT (Dec. 2)
Lenin: The Day After the Revolution - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Nov. 27)
To End Our Global Political Crisis, the Left Needs to Learn from Donald Trump - The Independent (Oct. 29)
Until the Rich World Thinks 'One World,' Migration Will Intensify - RT (Oct. 28)
Slavoj Zizek | Cambridge Union - The Cambridge Union/YouTube (Nov. 14)
Owen Jones meets Slavoj Žižek | 'Hillary Clinton is the problem, not Donald Trump' - Owen Jones /YouTube (Oct. 24)
Slavoj Žižek. Capitalism and its Threats - European Graduate School Video Lectures /YouTube (Oct. 14)
I Hate Donald Trump's Policies but It's True – He Could Go down as One of History's Greatest Presidents - The Independent (June 26)
Do Sexbots Have Rights? - RT (Apr. 20)
We Need to Examine the Reasons Why We Equate Criticism of Israel with Antisemitism - The Independent (Apr. 8)
Assange Works for the People – Now We Need to Save Him - RT (Apr. 2)
Cambridge Analytica Didn’t Abuse the Happiness Industry – It Was Used Exactly How It Was Intended to Be - The Independent (Mar. 27)
As Putin Has Proven, Political Madness Is the New Status Quo - The Independent (Mar. 5)
Sex in the modern world: Can even a 'yes, yes, yes' actually mean 'no?' - RT (Mar. 4)
Why Do People Find Jordan Peterson so Convincing? Because the Left Doesn't Have Its Own House in Order - The Independent (Feb. 13)
Sex and ’68: Liberal Movement Revolutionized ‘Sexuality’ but at What Cost? - RT (Feb. 8)
The Courage of Hopelessness: A Year of Acting Dangerously - Slavoj Zizek / Melville House (Feb. 6)
As Trump, Bannon, Assange & Oprah Make Headlines: The Empire Strikes Back - RT (Jan. 22)



The US is pursuing two contradictory strategies with North Korea and it could lead to nuclear war - The Independent (Dec. 27)
Sign a contract before sex? Political correctness could destroy passion - RT (Dec. 25)
Today's anti-fascist movement will do nothing to get rid of right-wing populism – it's just panicky posturing - The Independent (Dec. 7)
Is it true that only progressive billionaires can save humanity? - RT (Dec. 7)
Alt-right Trump supporters and left-wing Bernie Sanders fans should join together to defeat capitalism - The Independent (Nov. 26)
Will the new rules of sexuality be like an ashtray with a no-smoking sign? - RT (Nov. 16)
Lenin: Remembering and Repeating - Verso Books (Nov. 7)
America's opioid crisis & modern anxieties prove the limits of capitalism - RT (Nov. 7)
Lenin knew that revolution wouldn't happen overnight – we must bear this in mind as capitalism fails us today - The Independent (Nov. 6)
There's a dangerous and popular fashion in Europe to be antisemitic and pro-Zionist at the same time - The Independent (Oct. 27)
Trump-Kim tensions should remind world that nuclear weapons can destroy humanity - RT (Oct. 7)
This is why the left can’t bring themselves to back Catalan independence - The Independent (Oct. 4)
Like mice, humans might soon have their brains controlled externally - RT (Sep. 30)
Lenin 2017: Remembering, Repeating, and Working Through - V. I. Lenin, Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Sep. 19)
Ordinary people left behind by God & the Free Market - RT (Sep. 16)
Hurricane Irma will happen again – so we need the answers to some difficult questions about global politics - The Independent (Sep. 12)
Korean nuclear tension: Apocalypse... almost now - RT (Sep. 11)
Why Donald Trump is wrong about American history and liberals are wrong about the West - The Independent (Sep. 5)
How did Trump really end up clashing with North Korea? - The Independent (Aug. 14)
The problem with Venezuela’s revolution is that it didn’t go far enough - The Independent (Aug. 9)
Christian conservatives don't support Donald Trump despite his vulgarity – they support him because of it - The Independent (July 14)
Recent European movements are working to get rid of the left – Corbyn should beware their underhanded tactics - The Independent (June 26)
Corbyn’s Success Lies in Rejecting PC Culture - Gulf Today (Jun. 15)
The secret to Corbyn's success was rejecting PC culture as much as he rejected rabble-rousing populism - The Independent (June 12)
Don’t believe the liberals – there is no real choice between Le Pen and Macron - The Independent (May 3)
We Must Rise from the Ashes of Liberal Democracy - In These Times (Mar. 3)
Lessons From the “Airpocalypse” - In These Times (Jan. 10)



The Left’s Fidelity to Castro-ation - In These Times (Nov. 29)
On Clinton, Trump and the Left's Dilemma - In These Times (Nov. 6)
Refugees, Terror and Other Troubles with the Neighbors: Against the Double Blackmail - Slavoj Zizek / Melville House (Oct. 18)
Clinton, Trump and the Triumph of Global Capitalism - In These Times (Aug. 24)
The Hillary Clinton Consensus Is Damaging Democracy - Newsweek (Aug. 12)
Could Brexit Breathe New Life Into Left-Wing Politics? - Newsweek (June 12)
Democracy’s Fascism Problem - In These Times (Apr. 29)
Explaining the Panama Papers, Or, Why Does a Dog Lick Himself? - Newsweek (Apr. 7)
Stranger Danger: To Resolve the Migrant Crisis We Must Recognize the Stranger Within Ourselves - In These Times (Mar. 29)
A Crisis in Manufacturing Consent - Newsweek (Mar. 19)
The International Žižek Studies Conference 2016: Materialism and Materiality - May 27-29, 2016 @ University of Cincinnati (May 27)
Slavoj Žižek: What our fear of refugees says about Europe - NewStatesman (Feb. 29)
The Return of Public Vulgarity - Newsweek (Feb. 12)
Slavoj Žižek: The spectre of Putogan - NewStatesman (Feb. 3)
The Arab Uprisings Five Years On: A Reading List - Verso Books (Jan. 27)
Lenin remembered!: A reading list - Verso Books (Jan. 21)
Slavoj Žižek: The Cologne attacks were an obscene version of carnival - NewStatesman (Jan. 13)
The Breakdown of Rational Argumentation - International Journal of Zizek Studies Vol 10, No 1(pdf) (Jan.)
Is God Dead, Unconscious, Evil, Impotent, Stupid … Or Just Counterfactual? - International Journal of Zizek Studies Vol 10, No 1(pdf) (Jan.)



Slavoj Žižek: Is something rotten in the state of Turkey? - A reply to my critics - NewStatesman (Dec. 31)
Slavoj Zizek: The Need to Traverse the Fantasy - In These Times (Dec. 28)
Slavoj Žižek: We need to talk about Turkey - NewStatesman (Dec. 9)
Slavoj Zizek – Against recognition: a critique of the liberal reading of Hegel (Pippin, Brandom) - Backdoor Broadcasting Company (Dec. 2)
Europe is Kaput. Long live Europe! - Slavoj Žižek, Yanis Varoufakis and Julian Assange - full event - Southbank Center / YouTube (Nov. 23)
The Paris Attacks and a Disturbance in a Cupola - Newsweek (Nov. 18)
Slavoj Zizek: In the Wake of Paris Attacks the Left Must Embrace Its Radical Western Roots - In These Times (Nov. 15)
Slavoj Žižek on Obama, Bernie, sex and democracy: “That’s the reality of global capitalism. Everyone is violating the rules” - Salon (Oct. 11)
Slavoj Žižek: Ayn Rand’s Tea Party lie — Now we know who John Galt is - Salon (Aug. 24)
Slavoj Žižek: Thanks to the EU’s villainy, Greece is now under financial occupation - NewStatesman (Aug. 17)
Slavoj Žižek on Greece: the courage of hopelessness - New Statesman (July 20)
Greece Give Europe a Chance to Awaken - Newsweek (July 17)
Sinicisation - London Review of Books (July 16)
Slavoj Žižek on Greferendum: The Greeks Are Correct - Analyze Greece (July 6)
Ecology against Mother Nature: Slavoj Žižek on Molecular Red - Verso Books (May 26)
Whither Argumentation?: A Response to Louis Nayman - In These Times (Apr. 1)
Slavoj Žižek: Whither Zionism? - In These Times (Mar. 2)
In the Grey Zone - London Review of books (Feb. 5)
Slavoj Žižek: The Urgent Necessity of a Syriza Victory in Greece - In These Time (Jan. 22)
Slavoj Žižek on the Charlie Hebdo massacre: Are the worst really full of passionate intensity? - New Statesman (Jan. 10)
What Does Europe Want?: The Union and Its Discontents (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek, Srecko Horvat / Columbia University Press (Jan. 6)
A Note on Syriza: Indebted Yes, but Not Guilty! - Potemkin (Winter)



The Universal Exception (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek, Rex Butler (Editor), Scott Stephens (Editor) / Bloomsbury Academic (Dec. 18)
How the United States Rolls: It’s lonely being the global policeman - In These Times (Dec. 10)
The Loneliness of the Global Policeman in a Multi-Centric World - Newsweek (Dec. 4)
Slavoj Žižek: What is freedom today? – video - The Guardian (Dec. 3)
Trouble in Paradise: From the End of History to the End of Capitalism (Hardcover) - Slavoj Zizek / Allen Lane (Dec. 2)
Slavoj Žižek webchat – as it happened - The Guardian (Oct. 8)
Slavoj Žižek - DVD Picks - The Criterion Collection / YouTube (Sep. 26)
Pedir lo imposible (Kindle Edition) - Slavoj Zizek / Ediciones Akal, S.A (Sep. 10)
ISIS Is a Disgrace to True Fundamentalism - The New York Times (Sep. 3)
Event: A Philosophical Journey Through A Concept (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Melville House (Aug. 26)
The Most Sublime Hysteric: Hegel with Lacan (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Polity (Aug. 25)
Rotherham child sex abuse: it is our duty to ask difficult questions - The Guardian (Sep. 1)
Leaving Democracy to the Experts - In These Times (Aug. 12)
How capital captured politics - The Guardian (July 13)
Slavoj Žižek: Only a radicalised left can save Europe - New Statesman (June 25)
How WikiLeaks opened our eyes to the illusion of freedom - The Guardian (June 18)
Fat-free chocolate and absolutely no smoking: why our guilt about consumption is all-consuming - The Guardian (May 21)
Zizek: “En la austeridad hay algo de pura superstición” - El Pais (May 17)
Barbarism with a Human Face - London Review of Books (May 8)
Mes blagues, ma philosophie (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Puf (May 7)
Who can control the post-superpower capitalist world order? - The Guardian (May 6)
What Europe Can Learn from Ukraine - In These Times (Apr. 8)
Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?: 5 Interventions in the (Mis)Use of a Notion (Kindle Edition) - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Apr. 8)
International Žižek Studies Conference - April 4-6, 2014 @ University of Cincinnati (Apr. 4)
Slavoj Zizek Seminar: Philosophy Through Psychoanalysis - March 31 - April 16, 2014 @ Department of English, Princeton University (Mar. 31)
Lenin Reloaded (German) (Paperback) - Stathis Kouvelakis, Sebastian Budgen, Slavoj Zizek / Laika-Verlag (Mar. 12)
Willkommen in der Wüste des Realen (German) (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Passagen Verlag Ges.M.B.H (Mar. 1)
Zizek's Jokes: Did You Hear the One about Hegel and Negation? (Hardcover) - Slavoj Zizek / The MIT Press (Feb. 21)
Slavoj Žižek: what is an authentic political event? - New Statesman (Feb. 12)
Anger in Bosnia, but this time the people can read their leaders' ethnic lies - The Guardian (Feb. 10)
Demanding the Impossible (Kindle Edition) - Slavoj Zizek / Polity (Feb. 6)
Metastases du jouir (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Flammarion (Jan. 14)
107 storielle di Zizek (Italian) (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Ponte alle Grazie (Jan. 1)
Evento (Italian) (Paperback) - Srecko Horvat, Slavoj Zizek / Ombre Corte (Jan. 1)
Cosa vuole l'Europa? (Italian) (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / UTET (Jan. 1)
L'oggetto sublime dell'ideologia (Italian) (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Ponte alle Grazie (Jan. 1)
Meno di niente. Hegel e l'ombra del materialismo dialettico vol. 2 (Italian) (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Ponte alle Grazie (Jan. 1)


The Privatization of Hope: Ernst Bloch and the Future of Utopia, SIC 8 (Paperback) - Thompson (Ed.), Zizek (Ed.) / Duke University Press (Dec. 19)
Interrogating the Real (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek, Rex Butler (Editor), Scott Stephens (Editor) / Bloomsbury Academic (Dec. 19)
The 'fake' Mandela memorial interpreter said it all - The Guardian (Dec. 16)
If Nelson Mandela really had won, he wouldn't be seen as a universal hero - The Guardian (Dec. 9)
Mandela’s Socialist Failure - The New York Times (Dec. 6)
Slavoj Žižek and Srećko Horvat: What Does Europe Want? - November 26, 2013 @ University College London (Nov. 26)
Slavoj Žižek Masterclass – Communism: An Idea that Divides - November 25 - 29, 2013 @ Birkbeck, University of London, UK (Nov. 25-29)
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot's prison letters to Slavoj Žižek - The Guardian (Nov. 15)
Who is responsible for the US shutdown? The same idiots responsible for the 2008 meltdown - The Guardian (Oct. 11)
Who Is John Galt? Now We Know! - In These Times (Oct. 10)
Slavoj Žižek: "Most of the idiots I know are academics" - NewStatesman (Oct. 8)
Demanding the Impossible (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Polity (Oct. 7)
Redefining family values on film - The Guardian (Oct. 3)
Is There a Method to the Syrian Madness? - In These Times (Sep. 11)
Syria is a pseudo-struggle - The Guardian (Sep. 6)
Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange: our new heroes - The Guardian (Sep. 3)
Deaths on the Nile - In These Times (Aug. 23)
Freedom in the Cloud - In These Times (Aug. 13)
Ágota Kristóf's The Notebook awoke in me a cold and cruel passion - The Guardian (Aug. 12)
Some Bewildered Clarifications: A Response to Noam Chomsky by Slavoj Žižek - Verso Books (July 25)

Some Bewildered Clarifications - International Journal of Zizek Studies (July 25)
Slavoj Zizek : "Le mariage éternel entre capitalisme et démocratie est fini" - l'Humanité (July 26)
Slavoj Žižek on The Act of Killing and the modern trend of “privatising public space” - New Statesman (July 12)
Trouble in Paradise: Slavoj Žižek on the protests in Turkey and Greece - London Review of Books (June 28)
The Neighbor: Three Inquiries in Political Theology - Slavoj Zizek, Eric L. Santner and Kenneth Reinhard / Verso (June 10)
The Role of Chimney Sweepers in Sexual Identity - International Journal of Zizek Studies (June 7)
Slavoj Žižek - Love as a political category - SkriptaTV / YouTube (May 16)
The Actuality of the Absolute: Hegel, Our Untimely Contemporary - Conference - May 10 - 12, 2013 @ Birkbeck, University of London, UK (May 10-12)
The simple courage of decision: a leftist tribute to Thatcher - New Statesman (Apr. 17)
The Cyprus crisis is a symptom of what is rotten in the EU - The Guardian (Apr. 8)
The Three Events of Philosophy - International Journal of Žižek Studies 7:1 (Mar. 12)
Slavoj Zizek – A reply to my critics - Birkbeck, University of London (Feb. 28)
What Europe’s Elites Don’t Know - In These Times (Feb. 20)
Why the free market fundamentalists think 2013 will be the best year ever - The Guardian (Feb. 17)
Is romance dead? - The Guardian (Feb. 14)
Zero Dark Thirty: Hollywood's gift to American power - The Guardian (Jan. 25)
Welcome to the Desert of the Real: Five Essays on September 11 and Related Dates (Radical Thinkers) Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Jan. 16)
The west's crisis is one of democracy as much as finance - The Guardian (Jan. 16)


Slavoj Zizek: I am not the world’s hippest philosopher! - (Dec. 29)
Slavoj Žižek: 'What Goes On When Nothing Goes On?' - Verso Books (Nov. 23)
Why Obama is more than Bush with a human face - The Guardian (Nov. 13)
Capitalism: How the Left Lost the Argument - Foreign Affairs (November)
The Year of Dreaming Dangerously Panel Discussion with Slavoj Zizek - Columbia University/YouTube (Oct. 23)
Slavoj Zizek and 'The Year of Dreaming Dangerously' - CBC Radio (Oct. 8)
Only Communism can save liberal democracy - ABC (Oct. 3)
Conditions of Possibility: Slavoj Žižek - October 19, 2012 @ CUNY, New York, USA (Oct. 19)
The Creative Time Summit 2012: Confronting Inequity - October 12-13, 2012 @ NYU, New York, USA (Oct. 12/13)
The Year of Dreaming Dangerously
- Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Oct. 17)
Symposium – Until the End of the World, 2012 - September 29-30, 2012 @ Toronto City Hall, Canada (Sep. 29/30)
Occupy Gotham City - In These Times (Sep. 18)
Slavoj Žižek: The politics of Batman - New Statesman (Aug. 23)
The Lesbian Session - The Symptom 13 (Summer)
Not Less Than Nothing, But Simply Nothing - Verso Books (Jul. 2)
Smashing the Spinning Plates - In These Times (June 29)
Tariq Ali & Slavoj Zizek: The Crisis of Europe /// Subversive festival, Zagreb, 13/05/2012 - SKripta/YouTube (June 21)
Communism, A New Beginning? Day 3 - Slavoj Zizek - YouTube (June 14)
Save us from the saviours - London Review of Books (June 7)
In the Shadow of Hegel: How Does Thought Arise Out of Matter? - Big Think (May 22)
Less Than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism
- Slavoj Zizek / Verso (May 22)
Subversive Forum - May 13, 2012 - May 19, 2012 @ ZKM Theatre, Croatia (May 13/19)
Zizek Studies Conference 2012 - April 28 at 8:00am until April 29 at 7:00pm @ The College at Brockport (SUNY) (Apr. 28/29)
Slavoj Zizek with 2011: The Year of Living Dangerously - Wed, April 25, 2012, 7 p.m. @ the New York Public Library (Apr. 25)
Horowitz-Zizek: Episode Two - Julian Assange - The World Tomorrow (Apr. 25)
Occupy Wall Street: what is to be done next? - The Guardian (Apr. 24)
Slavoj Zizek and Boris Gunjevic - Tue, Apr 24, 7:00 PM @ the Los Angeles Central Library (Apr. 24)
Slavoj Zizek & Boris Gunjevic In Conversation with Roy Eisenhardt - Mon., April 23, 2012, 8:00 pm @ the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco (Apr. 23)
God in Pain: Inversions of Apocalypse
- Slavoj Zizek, Boris Gunjevic, Ellen Elias-Bursac (translator) / Seven Stories Press (Apr. 17)
A Conversation with Slavoj Zizek - The Harvard Crimson (Feb. 10)
Hegel versus Heidegger - e-flux (Feb. 1)
The Revolt of the Salaried Bourgeoisie - London Review of Books (Jan. 26)



Sing of the new invasion - New Statesman (Dec. 12)
Zizek on social unrest, fall of communism, and Milos Forman films - Radio Praha (Nov. 28)
Let us be realists and demand the impossible: Communism - 2011 Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House (Nov. 1)
Why the Idea and Why Communism? - The Symptom 12 (Fall)
Talk to Al Jazeera - Slavoj Zizek - Al Jazeera / YouTube (Oct. 29)
The Violent Silence of a New Beginning - In These Times (Oct. 26)
Zizek on Charlie Rose - Charlie Rose/PBS (Oct. 26)
Occupy first. Demands come later - The Guardian (Oct. 26)
Slavoj Zizek en Occupy Wall Street - YouTube (Oct. 9)
Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?: Five Interventions in the (Mis)Use of a Notion (Second Edition)
- Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Aug. 1)
Only Communism Can Save Liberal Democracy - The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Oct. 3)
Shoplifters of the World Unite - London Review of Books (Aug. 19)
A vile logic to Anders Breivik's choice of target - The Guardian (Aug. 8)
Revolution at the Gates: Selected Writings of Lenin from 1917 (Paperback)
- Slavoj Zizek (Editor) / Verso; Second Edition (Aug. 1)
A life in writing: Slavoj Zizek - The Guardian (Jul. 15)
'Things cannot go on the way they are' - The Guardian (Jul. 12)
Watch: Full Video of WikiLeaks' Julian Assange & Philosopher Slavoj Zizek With Amy Goodman - Democracy Now (Jul. 5)
Israel's best hope lies in a single state - New Statesman (Mar. 4)
The Truth Shall Set You Free, But Not this Truth - ABC (Feb. 25)
L'union européenne doit forger sa culture commune - Le Monde (Feb. 24)
Lenin's Full Subjective Engagement - (Feb. 24)
For Egypt, this is the miracle of Tahrir Square - The Guardian (Feb. 10)
Riz Khan - Tariq Ramadan and Slavoj Zizek on the future of Egyptian politics - Al-Jazeera / YouTube (Feb. 7)
Why fear the Arab revolutionary spirit? - The Guardian (Feb. 1)
Of Apes and Men: Lenin's Enlightenment - (Jan. 30)
Good Manners in the Age of WikiLeaks - London Review of Books (Jan. 20)
Of Apes and Men: Lenin's Enlightenment - (Jan. 12)
Gotterdammerung or the Reign of Human Love - (Jan. 3)



The End of Nature - The New York Times (Dec. 2)
Barbarism With A Human Face - In These Times (Nov. 23)
Paul's New Moment: Continental Philosophy and the Future of Christian Theology - John Milbank, Creston Davis, Slavoj Zizek / Brazos Press (Nov. 1)
Can you give my son a job? - London Review of Books (Oct. 21)
Slavoj Zizek: Far Right and Anti-Immigrant Politicians on the Rise in Europe (Part I / Part II) - Democracy Now (Oct. 18)
Five Lessons on Wagner
- Alain Badiou, Susan Spitzer, Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Oct. 17)
Lacanian Ink 36 - The Gaze - Alain Badiou, Jacques-Alain Miller, Slavoj Zizek / The Wooster Press (Oct. 6)
Liberal multiculturalism masks an old barbarism with a human face - The Guardian (Oct. 3)
A Permanent Economic Emergency - New Left Review (Jul/Aug)
'Things cannot go on the way they are' - The Guardian (July 12)
'O Earth, Pale Mother!' - In These Times (Jun. 17)
Living in the End Times
- Slavoj Zizek / Verso (May 25)
Joe Public v the Volcano - New Statesman (Apr. 29)
A Soft Focus on War - In These Times (Apr. 21)
Soul of the Party - New Statesman (Apr. 1)
Deleuze and the Lacanian Real - The Symptom 11 (Spring 2010)
The Future as Sci Fi: A New Cold War - (April)
Green Berets with a Human Face - London Review of Books (Mar. 23)
Return of the Natives - New Statesman (Mar. 4)
Slavoj Zizek on BBC's Culture Show - BBC (vidly) (Jan. 28)


Philosophy in the Present - Alain Badiou, Slavoj Zizek / Polity (Dec. 21)
Appendix: Multiculturalism, the Reality of an Illusion - (December)

A Revolution ne s'autorise que d'elle même - (December)
Denial: the Liberal Utopia - (December)
Post-Wall - London Review of Books (Nov. 19)
Humanism is Not Enough - An Interview with Slavoj Zizek - M. Hauser International Journal of Zizek Studies (Nov. 14)
20 Years of Collapse - The New York Times (Nov. 9)
Hollywood Today: Report from an Ideological Frontline - (Oct. 17)
Slovenian Philosopher Slavoj Zizek on Capitalism, Healthcare, Latin American "Populism" and the "Farcical" Financial Crisis - Democracy Now (Oct. 15)
Making the Illegal Legal - In These Times (Sep. 14)
The Palestinian Question: The Couple Symptom / Fetish - (September)
Quiet slicing of the West Bank makes abstract prayers for peace obscene - The Guardian (Aug. 18)
Berlusconi in Tehran - London Review of Books (Jul. 23)
Iran on the Brink - In These Times (Jul. 13)
A Short Clarification - International Journal of Zizek Studies (May 27)
My Own Private Austria - The Symptom 10 (Spring)
Architectural Parallax: Spandrels and Other Phenomena of Class Struggle - (April)
A Plea for a Return to Différance (with a Minor Pro Domo Sua) - (April)
Excursions into Philosophy: "Father, forgive them, for they know what they are doing" - (April)
Legal Luck - International Journal of Zizek Studies (Mar. 3)
Disputations: Who Are You Calling Anti-Semitic? - The New Republic (Jan. 7)
Beckett with Lacan - Part 1 - (January)
Beckett with Lacan - Part 2 - (January)


Zizek: A (Very) Critical Introduction (Interventions) - Marcus Pound, Slavoj Zizek (Afterword) / Wm. B. Eerdmans (Nov. 15)

Use Your Illusions - London Review of Books (Nov. 14)

Don′t Just Do Something, Talk - London Review of Books (Oct. 9)

Masturbation, or Sexuality in the Atonal World - (Oct. 8)

Slavoj Zizek on Violence - Authors@Google (Oct. 3)

Slavoj Zizek: What is the Question? - Slavoj Zizek, Christopher Lydon / Open Source Radio (Sep. 23)

A Debate Instigated by Paul Holdengräber Violence & the Left in Dark Times - Bernard-Henri Lévy, Slavoj Zizek / New York Public Library (Sep. 16)

The Audacity of Rhetoric - In These Times (Sep. 2)

Organs without Bodies - Gilles Deleuze (full version) - (Aug. 24)

The Lacanian Real Television - The Symptom 9 (Aug. 11)

< font color="#003399">Q&A Slavoj Zizek, professor and writer - Rosanna Greenstreet / The Guardian (Aug. 9)

Violence: Big Ideas/Small Books - Slavoj Zizek / Picador (Jul. 22)

The Ambiguous Legacy of ’68 - In These Times (Jun. 20)

Who Are the Good Guys? - International Herald Tribune (May 30)

Zizek on the Iraq War, the Bush Presidency, the War on Terror & More - Slavoj Zizek, Amy Goodman / Democracy Now (May 12)

"Everybody in the World Except US Citizens Should Be Allowed to Vote and Elect ..." - Zizek, Goodman / Democracy Now (May 11)

Tibet: Dream and Reality - Le Monde diplomatique (May)

Letters - No Shangri-La - London Review of Books (Apr. 24)

In Defense of Lost Causes (Hardcover) - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Apr. 17)

How to Read Lacan (entire book) - (April)

Ideology I: No Man is an Island... - (March)

When Straight Means Weird and Psychosis Is Normal - (March)

Letters - Resistance Is Surrender - London Review of Books (Jan. 24)

For They Know Not What They Do: Enjoyment as a Political Factor (Radical Thinkers) (paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Jan. 1)

In Defense of Lost Causes - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Jan. 1)


‘Ode to Joy,’ Followed by Chaos and Despair - The New York Times (Dec. 24)

China’s Valley of Tears - In These Times (Dec. 3)

The Disturbing Sounds of the Turkish March - In These Times (Nov. 6)

Resistance Is Surrender - London Review of Books (Nov. 15)

The Disturbing Sounds of the Turkish March - In These Times (Nov. 6)

Turkey Is a Thorn in the Side of a Cosy Western Consensus - Guardian Unlimited (Oct. 23)

Why Heidegger Made the Right Step in 1933 - International Journal of Zizek Studies (Oct. 21)

How China Got Religion - The New York Times (Oct. 11)

How China Got Religion: In Pursuit of Social Harmony - International Herald Tribune (Oct. 11)

On Alain Badiou and Logiques des mondes - (September)

Troubles with the Real: Lacan as a Viewer of Alien - (September)

Stalinism - (September)

Gorgias, Not Plato Was the Archi-Stalinist - (September)

Shostakovich in Casablanca - (September)

The Ideology of the Empire and its Traps - (September)

The Dreams of Others - In These Times (May 18)

The True Hollywood Left - (May)

Deleuze's Platonism: Ideas as Real - (May)

Deleuze and the Lacanian Real - (May)

Lacanian Ink 29 - Otherness (paperback) - Slavoj Zizek, Alain Badiou, Josefina Ayerza, Jacques-Alain Miller / The Wooster Press (Apr. 25)

Knight of the Living Dead - The New York Times (Mar. 24)

Why Only an Atheist Can Believe: Politics on the Edge of Fear and Trembling - International Journal of Zizek Studies (Feb. 4)

How to Read Lacan (paperback) - Slavoj Zizek, Simon Critchley / W. W. Norton (Jan. 29)

In You More Than Yourself - In These Times (Jan. 26)

The Indivisible Remainder: On Schelling and Related Matters (Radical Thinkers)(paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Jan. 19)

The Pervert's Guide to Cinema 1, 2, 3. - Directed by Sophie Fiennes, presented by Slavoj Zizek (Jan. 8)

Denying the Facts, Finding the Truth - New York Times (Jan. 5)

Mao Zedong: The Marxist Lord of Misrule - (Jan.)

Robespierre or the "Divine Violence" of Terror - (Jan.)

Mel Gibson at the Serbsky Institute - The Symptom 8 (Winter)


Is this Digital Democracy, or a New Tyranny of Cyberspace? - The Guardian (Dec. 30)

Against the Populist Temptation - (Dec.)

Can One Really Tolerate a Neighbor? (Parts I through IV) - Tilton Gallery, NYC - (Nov.)

Lacanian Ink 28 - Profane Illuminations - Slavoj Zizek, Alain Badiou / The Wooster Press (Nov. 6)

On 9/11, New Yorkers Faced the Fire in the Minds of Men - The Guardian (Sept. 11)

Let's be Realists, Let's Demand the Impossible! - In These Times (Aug. 30)

Let Jerusalem Go - London Review of Books (Aug. 10)

Zizek! - Slavoj Zizek, Astra Taylor (Director) / Zeitgeist Films (Jul. 25)

Freud Lives! - London Review of Books (May 25)

Pop Philosophie - Audio Lecture - France Culture / (May 26)

Lacanian Ink 27 - The Names-of-the-Father - Slavoj Zizek, Alain Badiou / The Wooster Press (May 18)

The Parallax View (III) - (May)

The Parallax View (II) - (May)

The Parallax View (I) - (May)

Lacan: The Silent Partners - Slavoj Zizek (Editor) / The MIT Press (Apr. 15)

The Liberal Communists of Porto Davos - In These Times (Apr. 11)

Nobody Has to Be Vile - London Review of Books (Apr. 1)

Hegel - Chesterton: German Idealism and Christianity - The Symptom 7 (Sping)

Play Fuckin' Loud: Zizek Versus the Left - Rex Butler, Scott Stephens / The Symptom 7 (Sping)

Defenders of the Faith - The New York Times (Mar. 12)

A Glance into the Archives of Islam - (March)

The Antinomies of Tolerant Reason: A Blood-Dimmed Tide is Loosed - (March)

Arriesgar Lo Imposible - Conveersaciones Con Glyn Daly - Slavoj Zizek / Trotta (Mar)

The Parallax View (Short Circuits) - Slavoj Zizek / The MIT Press (Feb. 17)

The Neighbor: Three Inquiries in Political Theology - Slavoj Zizek, Eric Santner, Kenneth Reinhard / University Of Chicago Press (Feb. 14)

Jack Bauer and the Ethics of Urgency - In These Times (Jan. 27)

The Metastases of Enjoyment: On Women and Causality - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Jan. 11)

The Depraved Heroes of 24 Are the Himmlers of Hollywood - The Guardian (Jan. 10)

Smashing the Neighbor's Face -

Reloaded Revolutions -


Biopolitics: Between Terri Schiavo and Guantanamo - Artforum ( (Dec.)

Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Nov. 28)

Some Politically Incorrect Reflections on Violence in France & Related Matters - (Nov. 23)

Lacanian Ink 26 - Anxiety (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek, Jacques-Alain Miller / The Wooster Press (Oct. 31)

The Subject Supposed to Loot and Rape - In These Times (Oct. 20)

Interrogation Machine : Laibach and NSK (Short Circuits) (Paperback) - Alexei Monroe, Slavoj Zizek / The MIT Press (Sep. 15)

Objet a as Inherent Limit to Capitalism: on Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri - (Fall)

The Obscenity of Human Rights: Violence as Symptom - (Fall)

Move the Underground! - What's Wrong with Fundamentalism? II - (Fall)

With or Without Passion - What's Wrong with Fundamentalism? I - (Fall)

The Universal Exception - Slavoj Zizek / Continuum Int'l Publishing Group (Sep. 1)

Lenin Shot at Finland Station - London Review of Books (Aug. 18)

Give Iranian Nukes a Chance - In These Times (Aug. 11)

Interrogating the Real - Slavoj Zizek, R. Butler, S. Stephens / Continuum Int'l Publishing Group (Jul. 1)

Thanks, But We'll Do It Ourselves - In These Times (Jun. 19)

The Constitution Is Dead. Long Live Proper Politics - The Guardian (Jun. 4)

Revenge of Global Finance - In These Times (May 21)

The Pope's Failures - In These Times (Apr. 8)

The Two Totalitarianisms - London Review of Books (Mar. 17)

El Titere y El Enano - Slavoj Zizek / Ediciones Paidos Iberica (Mar.)

Where To Look For a Revolutionary Potential - Adbusters (Mar./Apr.)

The Act and Its Vicissitudes - The Symptom (6) (Spring)

The Empty Wheelbarrow - The Guardian (Feb. 19)

The Not-So-Quiet American - In These Times (Feb. 14)


The Politics Of Aesthetics (Hardcover) - Jacques Ranciere, Slavoj Zizek / Continuum Int'l (Dec. 30)

Hooray for Bush! - London Review of Books (Dec. 2)

La Revolucion Blanda (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / Editorial Atuel (Dec)

Le nouveau philosophe: Entretien avec Slavoj Zizek - Le Nouvel Observateur (Nov. 11)

The Liberal Waterloo (Or, fianlly some good news from Washington) - In These Times (Nov. 5)

The Free World ... of Slums - In These Times (Sep. 23)

Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy (Sep. 17)

Knee Deep - London Review of Books (Sep. 2)

Umbr(a): War (Paperback) - Joan Copjec, Ernesto Laclau, Slavoj Zizek / Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture (Aug.)

Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle - Slavoj Zizek / Verso (Jul. 15)

Between Two Deaths: The Culture of Torture - 16beaver (Jun. 26)

Revolution at the Gates: Zizek on Lenin, the 1917 Writings - Slavoj Zizek (Intro.), V. I. Lenin / Verso (Jun.)

Bring me my Philips Mental Jacket - London Review of Books (May 22)

What Rumsfeld Doesn't Know That He Knows About Abu Ghraib - In These Times (May 21)

What Lies Beneath - The Guardian (May 1)

What Does Europe Want? - In These Times (May 1)

A Proposito de Lenin - Slavoj Zizek / Editorial Atuel (Apr.)

On Divine Self-Limitation and Revolutionary Love - Joshua Delpech-Remey / Journal of Philosophy & Scripture (Spring)

Passion: Regular or Decaf? - In These Times (Feb. 27)

What Is To Be Done (With Lenin)? - In These Times (Jan. 21)

Iraq's False Promises - Foreign Policy ( (Jan./Feb.)

Passion In The Era of Decaffeinated Belief - The Symptom (5) (Winter)

Christians, Jews and Other Criminals: A Critique of Jean-Claude Milner -

Will She Ever Die -

A Cup of Decaf Reality -

Slavoj Zizek: Death's Merciless Love -

Opera -


Excerpts from a talk for the Marxism and World Stage Conference - (go to Dec. 22 link)

Henning Mankell, the Artist of the Parallax View - (first published in London Review of Books) (Nov. 20)

The Iraqi MacGuffin - (Nov. 4)

Homo Sacer As the Object of the Discourse of the University - (Sep. 25)

Heiner Mueller Out of Joint - (Sep. 25)

Learning to Love Leni Riefenstahl - In These Times (Sep. 10)

The Puppet and the Dwarf: The Perverse Core of Christianity (Paperback) - Slavoj Zizek / The MIT Press (Aug. 29)

Will You Laugh for Me, Please? - In These Times (Jul. 18)

Ideology Reloaded - In These Times (Jun. 6)

How Much Democracy Is Too Much? - In These Times (May 19)

The Marx Brother: How a Philosopher From Slovenia Became an International Super Star - New Yorker ( (May 15)

An Interview With Slavoj Zizek - Doug Henwood / Left Business Observer (Apr. 17)

Too Much Democracy - (Apr. 14)

Today, Iraq. Tomorrow ... Democracy? - In These Times (Mar. 18)

The Iraq War: Where is the True Danger - (Mar. 13)

In His Bold Gaze My Ruin Is Writ Large - The Symptom (4) (Spring)

Catastrophes Real and Imagined - In These Times (Feb. 28)

Gerhard Schroeder's Minority Report and Its Consequences - Frankfurter Rundschau (EGS) (Jan.)

The Ongoing "Soft Revolution" - Critical Inquiry (Winter, Vol. 30, no. 2)


The Interpassive Subject - The Symptom (3) (Autumn)

Seize the Day: Lenin's Legacy - London Review of Books (EGS) (Jul. 25)

A Cyberspace Lenin: Why Not? - International Socialism Journal (Issue 95, Summer)

Are we in a war? Do we have an enemy? - London Review of Books (May 23)

Welcome to the Desert of the Real - The Symptom (2) (Spring)

I am a Fighting Atheist: Interview with Slavoj Zizek - Doug Henwood / Bad Subjects (Feb.)


'The one measure of true love is: you can insult the other': Interview with Slavoj Zizek - Sabine Reul, Thomas Deichmann / Spiked Culture (Nov. 15)

Can Lenin Tell Us About Freedom Today? - The Symptom (1) (Autumn)

On Being Tolerant - and Smug - Die Gazette (Aug. 27)

The Future of Politics (I) - Die Gazette (Aug. 8)

Have Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri Rewritten the Communist Manifesto For the Twenty-First Century? - Rethinking Marxism (EGS) (Vol. 13, no. 3/4)

(Excerpt from) A Plea for Leninist Intolerance - Critical Inquiry (Winter, Vol. 28, no. 2)

Repeating Lenin -


(Excerpt from) Mourning, Melancholy, and the Act - Critical Inquiry (Summer, Vol. 26, no. 4)

The Fragile Absolute: Or, Why the Christian Legacy is Worth Fighting For - Verso (hardcover) (Apr.)

Why We All Love To Hate Haider - New left Review (Mar./Apr.)


The Matrix, the Two Sides of Perversion - Philosophy Today; Celina (nettime) (Dec., Vol. 43)

When the Party Commits Suicide - New left Review ( (Nov./Dec.)

Attempts to Escape the Logic of Capitalism - London Review of Books (Oct. 28)

'You May!' - London Review of Books (Mar. 18)

Against the Double Blackmail -

The Thing from Inner Space - ArtMargins


(Excerpt from) A leftist Plea for 'Eurocentrism' - Critical Inquiry (Summer, Vol. 24, no. 4)

Hysteria and Cyberspace - Ulrich Gutmair, Chris Flor / Telepolis (Jul. 10)

Psychoanalysis in Post-Marxism: The Case of Alain Badiou - The South Atlantic Quarterly (EGS) (Spring)

For a leftist Appropriation of the European Legacy - Journal of Political Ideologies ( (Feb.)

The Spectre is Still Roaming Around! - Arkzin: Zagreb (EGS)


"The Big Other Doesn't Exist" - Psychomedia (Spring/Fall)

From Joyce-the-Symptom... - Lacanian Ink 11 (April)

Desire: Drive = Truth: Knowledge - Umbr(a), pp. 147-52.


Civil Society, Fanaticism, and Digital Reality: A Conversation with Slavoj Zizek - Geert Loving / CTheory (Feb. 21)


Woman is one of the Names-of-the-Father, or how Not to misread Lacan's formulas of sexuation - Lacanian ink 10 ( (Fall)

Reflections of Media and Politic and Cinema - Geert Loving / Inter Communication (no. 14)


"It Doesn't Have To Be A Jew": An Interview with Zizek - Josefina Ayerza / Lusitania Journal ( (Vol. I, no 4)


Ethnic Dance Macabre - The Guardian Manchester (EGS) (Aug. 28)

Hidden Prohibitions and the Pleasure Principle - Josefina Ayerza / Falsh Art (EGS) (Mar./Apr.)

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