Rewolucja u bram. Pisma Lenina z roku 1917 (Seria Idee #1)

Rewolucja u bram Pisma Lenina z roku Seria Idee Rewolucja u bram najg o niejsza ksi ka Slavoja i ka formalnie jest tylko obszernym pos owiem do wybranych przez s owe skiego filozofa tekst w W odzimierza Lenina z okresu bezpo rednio poprzedzaj cego

Rewolucja u bram najg o niejsza ksi ka Slavoja i ka formalnie jest tylko obszernym pos owiem do wybranych przez s owe skiego filozofa tekst w W odzimierza Lenina z okresu bezpo rednio poprzedzaj cego rewolucj pa dziernikow W istocie chodzi jednak o analiz wsp czesnego kapitalizmu kulturowego i znalezienie w a ciwej drogi do radykalnej zmiany spo ecznej oraz wy Rewolucja u bram najg o niejsza ksi ka Slavoja i ka formalnie jest tylko obszernym pos owiem do wybranych przez s owe skiego filozofa tekst w W odzimierza Lenina z okresu bezpo rednio poprzedzaj cego rewolucj pa dziernikow W istocie chodzi jednak o analiz wsp czesnego kapitalizmu kulturowego i znalezienie w a ciwej drogi do radykalnej zmiany spo ecznej oraz wykluczenie b dnych Nasza bezradno wobec neoliberalnej hegemonii wymaga zdaniem i ka terapii wstrz sowej Pomys na renesans Lenina mo e wzbudza wybuch sarkastycznego miechu Marks jest OK, ale Lenin Czy nie jest on symbolem pot nej katastrofy, kt ra odcisn a swoje pi tno na ca ym XX wieku S owe ski filozof nie zajmuje si obron dobrego wizerunku Lenina, interesuje go raczej pewien niezwyk y moment w historii i Lenin jako my liciel, kt ry potrafi uchwyci jego znaczenie Mamy tu wszystko, od Lenina pomys owego rewolucyjnego stratega do Lenina ustanawiaj cego utopi Z komentarza i ka wy ania si posta Lenina w stawaniu si , a zatem nie Lenin radziecka instytucja, ale filozof wrzucony w otwart i przypadkow sytuacj.

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Rewolucja u bram. Pisma Lenina z roku 1917 (Seria Idee #1)

  1. Slavoj Žižek Vladimir Lenin Julian Kutyła Włodzimierz Lenin says:
    Slavoj i ek is a Slovene sociologist, philosopher, and cultural critic He was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia then part of SFR Yugoslavia He received a Doctor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Ljubljana and studied psychoanalysis at the University of Paris VIII with Jacques Alain Miller and Fran ois Regnault In 1990 he was a candidate with the party Liberal Democracy of Slovenia for Presidency of the Republic of Slovenia an auxiliary institution, abolished in 1992 Since 2005, i ek has been a member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts i ek is well known for his use of the works of 20th century French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan in a new reading of popular culture He writes on many topics including the Iraq War, fundamentalism, capitalism, tolerance, political correctness, globalization, subjectivity, human rights, Lenin, myth, cyberspace, postmodernism, multiculturalism, post marxism, David Lynch, and Alfred Hitchcock In an interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pa s he jokingly described himself as an orthodox Lacanian Stalinist In an interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now he described himself as a Marxist and a Communist.

988 Reply to “Rewolucja u bram. Pisma Lenina z roku 1917 (Seria Idee #1)”

  1. Lenin stuff was interesting, but hard to understand if you don t have much context Zizek stuff was fun, but touched on too many subjects and was not very clear This is my first Zizek though, so, bad place to start He demands intense focus and to really get at all of his references I would have to be read much widely mostly in Marx and Hegel I thought the talk about 9 11 was good.


  2. On the one hand, I really enjoyed the book, on the other the language i ek uses is so over sophisticated that sometimes it was easier to bang my head against the wall than to understand what he means What I liked, though, were his thoughts about stalinism, atheism, and sex I ve never met such a logical explanation of how violence is inherent in stalinism, the latter being still grand in its intention to create a radically new society.


  3. The Lenin excerpts are all great Zizek s analysis is, too I dropped off a star because in the long afterword he seems to lose focus on Lenin and veer off into familiar Zizek territory Lacanian analysis of modern movies etc , and while good, it dilutes the otherwise exemplary effort.


  4. There are some great insights on contemporary culture and politics in this book, if you want to read Lenin s essays definitely the book for you , but if you are like me, and hoping that Zizek will offer some keen insight into Lenin, you ll be mostly disappointed.


  5. OPINIA Z 20 MAJA 2010Slavoj i ek zaplusowa sobie u mnie wyst pem w filmie dokumentalnym pod tytu em i ek , tam w a nie pozna em jego podej cie do rzeczywisto ci, filozofii, film w i od cholery innych temat w Ale nie mnogo zainteresowa sprawi a, e zacz em go lubi , a spos b przekazywania swoich racji.Slavoj i ek do ka dej rzeczy podchodzi filozoficznie Sam uwa a si za marksist , jest komentatorem psychoanalityka Jacques a Lacana Je li sprawdzi si jego umiej tno ci, to mo na zauwa y , e zna si na [...]


  6. This is a tough one to rate, as a nice Stalinist revisionist kidding , I want people to read these writings by Lenin, therefore I feel it my duty to rate the book highly but Christ almighty Zizek s afterword, which comprises 200 or so of the 350 pages, is insane, stupid, illiterate, belligerent, and inconsistent Quoting Jesse, as I find myself doing and in these reviews, while reading the pages you get the feeling he s locked himself in a room just to scream until he faints Fortunately he left [...]


  7. This is a strange collection It is part of the Essential Zizek series, but the listed author is Lenin It presents several of Lenin s 1917 writings, with a brief Foreword and extended Afterword by Zizek The foreword is just fine, and situates the context of the initial writings fairly well, though Zizek leans on a few early footnotes for most of the detail The afterword, on the other hand, is classic Zizek rambling, obscurantist, preachy, and oddly reliant on pop culture references Moreover, it r [...]


  8. I enjoyed the writings of Lenin better than I liked the author s afterword Unfortunately the author s own opinion seemed to be rather all over the place and none of it seemed to be very fluid I think he was criticing modern liferhaps all of modern life, but to tell the truth I couldn t comprehend enough to actually finish his afterword I really can t say it had anything to do with anything about Lenin, however, he may have got around to it later onThe possible end result could have been poor tra [...]


  9. Zizek goes on for pages about The Fight Club, and, like DG, he totally gives away the ending Perhaps this explains his key philosophical error of selecting as principle the separation between Subject s limited ability to know and the vastness of what cannot be known, and further internalizing that division within the Subject Hence the rejection of totality and covert resurrection of Kant s thing in itself.Also his reactionary denial of sexual harassment s reality.


  10. In addition to providing an interesting selection of Lenin s writings from a critical moment in history, this book provides a decent introduction to Zizek s philosophy in a series of essays comprising almost half of the book Zizek has a tendency to get caught up in various tangents and he sometimes verges on being incomprehensible, but overall he presents many interesting ideas and makes a good case for why Lenin is still relevant in the 21st century.


  11. The first 150 pages or so which consisted of a selection of Lenin s writing between the two Russian revolutions of 1917 were very good i ek also provided useful notes which contextualized some of the letters and pamphlets Lenin wrote However, the remainder of the book a collection of essays by i ek unsurprisingly failed to meet Lenin s standard.


  12. zizek indicts the material capitalist world and advocates a return to lenin s revolution he keeps it interesting by mixing in many allusions to movies like the matrix, fight club and speed and psychoanalytically relates it back to human relation to government.


  13. This book could have used a better proofreader.There are some brilliant insights and commentary on contemporary culture and politics in this book, but as usual with Zizek you have to wade through quite a bit of aggrandizing name dropping and unnecessary theoretical jargon.


  14. Mniej ni po owa ksi ki to listy Lenina, a ca a reszta to przedmowa, wprowadzenie i pos owie kt re zajmuje wi cej ni same pisma z tytu u O ile z list w Lenina mo na wyczyta jego pogl dy polityczne, to oko o 300 stron to wariacja na temat nie wiadomo czego.


  15. Most of the Lenin pieces are available in English in other, older volumes.Zizek s long intro afterwards is occasionally fascinating, but at the end I wasn t sure if it had amounted to a cohesive statement That, however, may have been intenional on Zizek s part.



  16. Lenin is a clear and forceful writer with a pretty inspiring dialectic, I m a bit ashamed I haven t gotten to reading him before Zizek s extensive rambling afterword is less important.



  17. I liked this book, i felt discussing Lenin s theoritical jump from possibility to practice was interesting Zizek s idea of taking a leap was nice to read.




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