There is no metalanguage; or, Truth has the structure of a fiction: The Žižekian system, between post-ideology and post-truth

Enrahonar: Quaderns de Filosofía 70:171-185 (2023)
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Abstract

This article examines Slavoj Žižek’s overall approach to the critique of ideology. His Hegelian-Lacanian approach to ideology criticism is addressed by looking at the historical shift from the problem of post-ideology to that of post-Truth. In the process, this article explains simply Žižek’s brand of ideology criticism.

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