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Žižek as a Communist

COMMUNISM: December 7, the Slovenian philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek comes to Bergen to participate in the Holberg debate. During the debate, he will explain why he is still a communist. He will also be interviewed by the American economist Tyler Cowen.

Why call Žižek himself a communist? The starting point is that all left-wing projects in the 20th century have failed. Keynes and the welfare state are passé, it does not work with. . .

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Eivind Tjønneland
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