Tag Archives: Capital

Picture Book: Demystifying Commodity Fetishism

When I was in South Africa this fall for a conference at Unisa (sponsored by the Department of New Testament and Early Christian Studies), the conference organizers took several of us international visitors to the Apartheid Museum. It was an … Continue reading

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Žižek’s (atheist) theology, IJŽS, arbitrarily grounded ethics

The International Journal of Žižek Studies has a new edition on Žižek’s (atheist) theology, guest edited by Marcus Pound: Vol 4, No 4 (2010). Jayne Svenungsson’s article caught my attention. She begins by rightly noting the tendency of Badiou and Žižek … Continue reading

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