Tag Archives: Slavoj Žižek

Hauntology and Extinction: The Case of Some Weird Bugs

NPR posted a story a little while back about these giant insects that went extinct except for a few surviving members that lived under a bush on a giant rock outcropping in the ocean. It sounds like something out of … Continue reading

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Donald Rumsfeld Made A Videogame

Known for quips about such things as “known knowns” and “known unknowns,” Mr. Rumsfeld says the game will sharpen the mind and help improve concentration. Whether it counteracts the effects of aging, he won’t precisely say. “It is helpful to know … Continue reading

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Released: Welcome to the Dress-Up of the Real

If you’re a frequent reader of this blog you know that I have a healthy fascination with Slavoj Žižek, the famed Slovenian philosopher whose work on Hegel, Lacan, and contemporary capitalism has spread across the world and the internet like wildfire … Continue reading

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Released: Slavoj Žižek Makes A Twine Game

If you care about nothing else, I have a new game. You can play it here. Ian Bogost once made a tweet that looked like this: I would like to commission someone to make a Twine game called "Žižek Makes … Continue reading

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