Posts tagged "zizek"
The Patient Body: Hospitals and the Pretense of Charity

The Patient Body: Hospitals and the Pretense of Charity

“The Patient Body” is a monthly column by Ann Neumann about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine.

“Lacan Makes Freud Sound Like a Simple Valley Girl”

Regarding this video clip of NiteBeat's Barry Nolan interviewing Slavoj Zizek about his new book, "The Puppet and the Dwarf: The Perverse Core of Christianity," Jeremy Walton (Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, NYU Religious Studies) writes: This clip poses a number of urgent questions:  Why did Zizek agree to an interview with such a...

Marxists for Christ

“A specter has been haunting Marxism,” writes Eugene McCarraher — “the specter of Christianity.” The heavyweights of Marxist academe (they still walk the earth) have gone and got themselves some God, reports McCarraher. None more so than the so-called “bad boy of theory,” Slavoj Zizek – whom McCarraher describes as “the godless theologian of our time, exhibiting all the...