Žižek and Politics
So Who is Slavoj Žižek?
The Dilemmas of Enjoyment as a Political Factor
A Critical Introduction
Our Method: Žižek and Political Philosophy
Reading Žižek: The Politics of Žižek’s Style
The Two Žižeks
Žižek and the Radical- Democratic Critique
Slavoj Žižek and the New World Order
The Spirit is a Bone, Globalisation is Fundamentalism
From Hegel to Psychoanalysis
Ideological Identiﬁcation and its Vicissitudes
Retrieving the Subject: Žižek’s Theoretical Politics
Introduction: Žižek’s Ticklish Subject
Žižek’s Criticism of ‘Post- Structuralism’
Changing the (Cartesian) Subject: Cogito, not Sum
From the Sublime to the Subject, Aesthetics to Politics
Counting Ourselves in: Žižek’s Hegel
Concluding: The Subject of Politics
Did Žižek Say Democracy?
Placing Žižek’s Typology of Different Regimes
Revolution, Quarter or Half Turn?
1, then? Is Žižek a Democratic Theorist?
The Turn to Schelling: Žižek’s Vanishing Mediations
God as Subject; the Subject as a God: Žižek’s Schelling
Žižek’s Embrace of Schelling’s Identical Subject–Object
Political Theology and the Subject–Object
What is Capitalism? Žižek’s Evasion of Economics
Postmodernity and the Society of Generalised
Superego Enjoyment and Generalised Psychosis?
Generalised Perversion and Commodity Fetishism
Some Theoretical and Cultural Concerns
A Paradoxical View
Post- Politics in the Age of Generalised Perversion
So What was Politics Proper?
The Theoretical Left and its Disavowals
Žižek’s Push towards the Act
After the Act, or Repeating Sorel? No Thanks!
Religion and the Politics of Universal Truth
Why Political Theology?
Introducing Democratic Fundamentalism
Nasty, Brutish and Short: Meet the Neighbours
Repeating Lenin, an Infantile Disorder?
For Multi- Dimensional Political Theory