Žižek is a popular debate among the left. Something of a post-Marxist, Žižek has the ability to infuriate just about everyone on the left, while also somehow hitting many of the right notes. Part of this is because of how he defines “the left.” ...
Salman Rushdie’s magical realism retelling of the history of India is as relevant now as when it was first published in 1981. It’s strange to think that more time has passed from that date to now, than from India’s 1947 independence to that date. ...
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