Hegel and Lacan on Paranoia: The Romantic Idealist Reformer Becomes an Aggressive Paranoid Study Groups in Psychoanalysis and Politics Presents: Wilfried Ver Eecke on "Hegel and Lacan… Read more "Seminar on Paranoia in Hegel and Lacan"
I've just finished After the Future by Franco "Bifo" Berardi, a text that I loved for its effortless prose and ability to convey theoretical ideas with a… Read more "Subjectivation: Aufheben or Therapy?"
Less Than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism is Žižek's most serious, all encompassing, and might I add, most well-structured work to date. While it… Read more "On Žižek’s “Less Than Nothing” and Determinate Negation in Google Ideas"
Last night I was happy to present on Lacan and Hegel for the Lutecium: a non-school of Psychoanalysis. My presentation addressed the way that Lacan responds to… Read more "Video: Hegel and Lacan Seminar – Master and Slave"
When I studied a course on race and philosophy as a graduate student, I wrote on the way in which W.E.B. DuBois incorporated Hegel into his theory… Read more "The Open System: Jameson’s “The Hegel Variations”"
Hegel's idea of self-alienated spirit has much in common with the state of jahiliyya in Islam. It also has similarities to the Hindu state of "kali-yuga," a… Read more "Hegel and Jahiliyya"
A review of Catherine Malabou's book The Future of Hegel. Focusing on plasticity and habit as the two central concepts to Hegel's speculative philosophy.
The strongest argument for a contemporary application of Hegel is Zizek’s Tarrying with the Negative. The treatment of the Logic of Essence within Tarrying with the Negative… Read more "A Case for Dialectical Materialism? Zizek’s Tarrying with the Negative"