tonight in nnyycc (suzyyyy)

its this—
i get a free book w admission

Slavoj Žižek

Called the most dangerous philosopher in the West, Slavoj Žižek will be speaking at the Cooper Union. Known for its combination of ruthless philosophical critique and obscene humor, Zizek’s work traverses the fields of philosophy, psychoanalysis, theology, history and political theory, as well as film, pop culture, and current events. He is the author of over 50 books, has written and starred in the film the Pervert’s Guide to Cinema, and is the subject of Zizek! and Examined Life by filmmaker Astra Taylor. His lecture will draw on his new book “First as Tragedy, Then as Farce” to discuss the transformations of global society between September 11, 2001 and the current financial crisis. Sponsored by Verso Books and the Brecht Forum, a center for social justice, equality, and radical culture in New York City.

Cooper Union, the Great Hall
7 East 7th Street, at Astor Place, Manhattan
7p; sliding scale $10-15, $15 tickets include a free copy of Zizek’s new book First and Tragedy, Then as Farce
212 242 4201

About suzyloves

i am flowers on the side of the road. 'yes' and 'joy' are important to me. i may not re-read what i write, and i never won a spelling bee, but i do hope you enjoy. the world is getting larger, and i fear our 'human-ness' is growing smaller. this is my attempt to connect. i do love you and i do miss you, so this is my hand reaching out so we can all be love <3
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One Response to tonight in nnyycc (suzyyyy)

  1. Jason says:

    His last name sounds like ‘schnitzel’ in Czech. 🙂

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