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Interrogating the real /

Slavoj Žižek ; edited by Rex Butler and Scott Stephens.

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Main Author: Žižek, Slavoj.
Other Names: Butler, Rex. | Stephens, Scott.
Published: London ; Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.
Series: Bloomsbury revelations.
Topics: Psychoanalysis and philosophy. | Ideology. | PHILOSOPHY - History & Surveys - Modern. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Public Policy - Cultural Policy. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Anthropology - Cultural. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Popular Culture. | Popular culture. | History of Western philosophy. | Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831. | Lacan, Jacques, 1901-1981.
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Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Section One Lacanian Orientations 1; Section Two Philosophy Traversed by Psychoanalysis 95; Section Three The Fantasy of Ideology 215; Acknowledgments; Editors' Introduction; 'The thing itself' appears: Slavoj Žižek's exemplary thought; Author's Preface; The Inhuman; Notes; SECTION ONE Lacanian Orientations; Chapter 1 The Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis in Yugoslavia: An Interview with Éric Laurent; Notes; Chapter 2 Lacan -- At What Point is he Hegelian?; 1 The Hegelian thing; 2 Three stages of the symbolic; 3 Das Ungeschehenmachen; Notes.
Chapter 3 'The Most Sublime of Hysterics': Hegel with Lacan1 The lack in the other; 2 The symbolic act; 3 '. . . This integral void that is also called the sacred'; 4 Differentiating 'Absolute Knowledge'; Notes; Chapter 4 Connections of the Freudian Field to Philosophy and Popular Culture; Notes; Chapter 5; Chapter 5 Lacan Between Cultural Studies and Cognitivism; 1 Cultural Studies versus the 'Third Culture'; 2 Is freedom nothing but a conceived necessity?; Notes; SECTION TWO Philosophy Traversed by Psychoanalysis; Chapter 6 The Limits of the Semiotic Approach to Psychoanalysis.
1 Le point de capiton2 Tautology and its forbidden; 3 Kant with Sade; 4 Kant with McCullough; 5 The 'Totalitarian Object'; 6 The King and his bureaucracy; 7 The 'Mischievous Neutrality' of bureaucracy; 8 Postmodernism I: Antonioni versus Hitchcock; 9 Postmodernism II: Joyce versus Kafka; Notes; Chapter 7 A Hair of the Dog that Bit You; Notes; Chapter 8 Hegel, Lacan, Deleuze: Three Strange Bedfellows; 1 The pure surface of the sense event; 2 Deleuze's materialism; 3 The problems of 'Real Genesis'; 4 The enigma of 'mechanical memory'; 5 Hegel's logic of the signifier; Notes.
Chapter 9 The Eclipse of Meaning: On Lacan and DeconstructionI; I I; I I I; IV; V; VI; Notes; Chapter 10 The Parallax View; Notes; SECTION THREE The Fantasy of Ideology; Chapter 11 Between Symbolic Fiction and Fantasmatic Spectre: Toward a Lacanian Theory of Ideology; Notes; Chapter 12 Beyond Discourse Analysis; 1 The subject of antagonism; 2 The dimension of social fantasy; 3 Toward an ethics of the real; Notes; Chapter 13 Re-visioning 'Lacanian' Social Criticism: The Law and its Obscene Double; Note; Chapter 14 Why is Wagner Worth Saving?; Notes; Chapter 15 The Real of Sexual Difference.
1 The 'Formulae of Sexuation'2 Sexual Difference as a Zero-Institution; 3 'Post-Secular Thought'? No, Thanks!; 4 The Other: Imaginary, Symbolic and Real; 5 Historicism and the real; Notes; Author's Afterword: Why Hegel is a Lacanian; Part One -- Drive Against Nirvana: Lacanian Ethics; Part Two -- The Cunning of reason: Lacan as a reader of Hegel; Part Three -- The idea's constipation: On Hegel and shitting; Notes; Glossary; Index.

Table of Contents for: Interrogating the real