By Slavoj Žižek
Disparities explores modern 'negative' philosophies from Catherine Malabou's plasticity, Julia Kristeva's abjection and Robert Pippin's self-consciousness to the God of damaging theology, new realisms and post-humanism and attracts an intensive line below them. rather than developing a discussion with those different rules of disparity, Slavoj Žižek desires to identify a distinct departure, a unconditionally assorted notion of disparity in response to an ingenious dialectical materialism. This thought of rupturing what has long gone prior to is predicated on a provocative analyzing of the way philosophers can, if they are sincere, interact with one another. Slavoj Žižek borrows Alain Badiou's concept real notion is the person who divides. appreciably departing from earlier formulations of negativity and disparity, Žižek employs a brand new type of negativity: particularly positing that once a thinker bargains with one other thinker, his or her stance is rarely certainly one of discussion, yet one among department, of drawing a line that separates fact from falsity.
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