Zizek argues that the most profound expression of Schelling's thought is found in the series of three consecutive attempts he made to formulate the 'ages of the world/Weltalter'--the stages of the self-development of the Absolute.
Author: Slavoj Žižek
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Category: Social Science
Bettelheim, The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy
Tales, 235. 82. Žižek, The Sublime Object of Ideology, 134. 83. Heuscher, A
Psychiatric Study of Myths and Fairy Tales: Their Origin, Meaning and Usefulness
Author: Suzy Woltmann
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Social Science
DIVA theoretical analysis of social conflict that uses examples from Kant, Hegel, Lacan, popular culture and contemporary politics to critique nationalism./div "This new Zizek is as stunning as its predecessors, and breaks new philosophical ...
Author: Slavoj Zizek
Publisher: Duke University Press
See Slavoj Žižek , The Sublime Object of Ideology ( London and New York :
Verso , 1989 ) , 194 , for an analysis of the way national ideology interpellates
and encodes the political subject through producing " a sublime object " ( which ,
for him ...
Author: Donald E. Pease
Publisher: New Americanists
Category: Literary Criticism
6 Slavoj Žižek , The Sublime Object of Ideology ( London : Verso , 1989 ) , 194 .
Slavoj Žižek , The Plague of Fantasies ( London : Verso , 1997 ) , 66 . For the
question of beauty versus the sublime , see also The Sublime Object of Ideology
Author: Slavoj Žižek
Category: Lost highway (Motion picture)
Žižek , The Sublime Object of Ideology ( London : Verso , 1989 ) , 1 - 4 . Dews , “
The Tremor of Reflection , " 238 . Žižek , The Fragile Absolute , 21 . Cited in Bruce
Fink , The Lacanian Subject : Between Language and Jouissance ( Princeton ...
In Derrida ' s terms , each myth is the supplément of an ideology ; in Žižek ' s , it
constitutes the “ sublime object " of ideology . * In light of this generative role , it is
unsurprising that the founding myths of nineteenth - century ideologies were ...
Author: Dan Edelstein
This spiritual elevation of gold offers , Zizek says , “ a precise definition of the
sublime object , ” and “ this postulated ... Zizek can call these entities sublime
objects of ideology in that they emerge from the general ideological discourse
Author: Cliff McMahon
17 Slavoj Žižek : The Sublime Object of Ideology . ... 14 In this text Žižek used the
Althusserian model of ideological state apparatus and interpellation that became
an important starting reference for each reading of similar artistic phenomena ...
Author: Peter Pakesch
Publisher: Walther Konig Verlag
The sublime object of ideology that quilts the symbolic order is an ordinary object
, an everyday thing that is elevated to the status of ... In the symbolic order of
Canada , a leaf and a rodent are such sublime objects of collective identification .
Author: Kieran Keohane
... and film criticism . Wieczorek notes that there is nothing intrinsically sublime in
a sublime object - according to Lacan ... Wieczorek is quoting Žižek , S. , The
Sublime Object of Ideology , 1989 , p . 194 . to pursue , is the inversion of Kant's ...
Author: Laurence Paul Hemming
Publisher: Faith in Reason
Compare Slavoj Zizek , The sublime object of ideology , ( London - New York ,
Verso , 1989 ) , p 6 . See Slavoj Zizek , Enjoy your symptom ( London - New York
, Routledge , 1992 ) , p 86 . As to the explanation of why it is equally a return to
Because of this potential , the Ghost can be called – using Slavoj Žižek's term –
the sublime object of ideology . This spectral body appears to be made of a
sublime , indestructible material over which time has no power : it is a » real ...
Author: Michael C. Frank
Slavoj Žižek , The Sublime Object of Ideology ( New York : Verso , 1989 ) . The
concept of “ re - marking " here comes from two sources . The first is Derrida , and
the second is Slavoj Žižek by way of Rodolphe Gasché's The Tain of the Mirror ...
Author: Victor E. Taylor
Brantlinger cites Anthony Giddens , The Consequences of Modernity ( Stanford ,
1990 ) , 24 . 22 . Slavoj Zizek , The Sublime Object of Ideology ( London : Verso ,
1989 ) , 49 . 23 . Brantlinger , 5 – 6 . 24 . Slavoj Zizek , The Sublime Object of ...
Category: Civilization, Modern
Even if we do not take things seriously , even if we keep an ironical distance , we
are still doing them , " Slavoj Zizek claims in his book The Sublime Object of
Ideology . 13 In other words , Dag Solstad 10 See , for example , Roar Vea's ...
Author: Monika Žagar
Responding to the ongoing “objectal turn” in contemporary humanities and social sciences, the essays in Subject Lessons present a sustained case for the continued importance— indeed, the indispensability—of the category of the ...
Author: Russell Sbriglia
Publisher: Northwestern University Press