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Acknowledgments ix Introduction: The Trouble with Zizek / Agon Hamza 1 Part I. Philosophy 1. "Freedom or System? Yes, Please!": How to Read Slavoj Zizek's Less Than Nothing-Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism / Adrian Johnston 7 2. How to Repeat Plato?: For a Platonism of the Non-All / Frank Ruda 43 3. Materialism between Critique and Speculation / Samo Tomsic 58 4. Zizek's Reading Machine / Benjamin Noys 72 5. The Shift of the Gaze in Zizek's Philosophical Writing / Katja Kolsek 84 6. The Two Cats: Zizek, Derrida, and Other Animals / Oxana Timofeeva 100 Part II. Psychoanalysis 7. "Father, Don't You See I'm Burning?": Zizek, Psychoanalysis, and the Apocalypse / Catherine Malabou 113 8. Enjoy Your Truth: Lacan as Vanishing Mediator between Badiou and Zizek / Bruno Bosteels 127 9. The Discourse of the Wild Analyst / Henrik Joker Bjerre and Brian Benjamin Hansen 146 10. "Vers un Significant Nouveau": Our Task after Lacan / Gabriel Tupinamba 159 11. Mourning or Melancholia? Collapse of Capitalism and Delusional Attachments / Fabio Vighi 180 Part III. Politics 12. Zizek with Marx: Outside in the Critique of Political Economy / Gavin Walker 195 13. Zizek as a Reader of Marx, Marx as a Reader of Zizek / Geoff Pfeifer 213 14. A Plea for Zizekian Politics / Agon Hamza 226 Part IV. Religion 15. The Problem of Christianity and Zizek's "Middle Period" / Adam Kotsko 243 16. Islam: How Could It Have Emerged After Christianity? / Sead Zimeri 256 Afterword. The Minimal Event: From Hystericization to Subjective Destitution / Slavoj Zizek 269 Contributors 287 Index 291
Agon Hamza is a PhD candidate in philosophy at the Postgraduate School ZRC SAZU in Ljubljana, Slovenia. With Slavoj Zizek, he is the coauthor of From Myth to Symptom: The Case of Kosovo.
"[A] key contribution to contemporary critical thinking. . . . [T]his is required reading for those interested in understanding the value of Zizek's work as a philosopher." -- David S. Moon * Political Studies Review *