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L’Economist ha intervistato (link alternativo) Slavoj Žižek in occasione dell’uscita del suo nuovo libro, Like a Thief in Broad Daylight, in cui discute di quella che definisce “l’era della post-umanità”.
The rise of populism, nativism and nationalism in recent years has challenged perceptions of what ordinary people want from politicians. Some see the anti-establishment trend as a rejection of centralised power. Others suggest the real hunger is for a moral authority that appears to be lacking in today’s capitalism.
Among the latter group is Slavoj Zizek, a Marxist philosopher at the University of Ljubljana. He criticises the appeal of political correctness, questions the ability of markets to survive without state intervention and excoriates what he sees as the ulterior motives behind fair-trade coffee.
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