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My night with Zizek

Beloved by his many followers, but does anyone really understand what he's talking about?

By Alex Christofi  


6pm. It is Friday night, and in a café down a little side street in Dalston, the hipster capital of London, a strange event is taking place. Intellectuals, radicals and assorted others are gathering for the launch of Slavoj Žižek’s magnum opus, Less Than Nothing, a 1200-page tome on Hegel and the long…

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