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“Reality exists so we can speculate about it”: Zizek at the Central Library

One of the singular pleasures of living in Los Angeles is the sense that you have front row seats to the apocalypse. And who better to keep us company than Slavoj Zizek. Next Wednesday 10 September he “takes on the signal issue of violence and inverts our pre-conceived and popular notions about its causes” at the Central Library in conversation with Jack Miles.

To get you warmed up, a sample from The Guardian’s  amazing interview with Zizek from last month awaits you after the jump. Continue reading “Reality exists so we can speculate about it”: Zizek at the Central Library