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The Counter-Currents 2014 Summer Fundraiser 
Žižek is at It Again

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Commandante Zizek opines in the New York Times

Comandante Žižek opines in the New York Times

Since last week’s update on our Summer Fundraiser, we have received donations totaling $3,288.94 in amounts ranging from $10.94 to $1,700. That amount will be matched by our Swedish benefactor, for a total of $6,577.88. Our total is now $28,593.94. We are $11,406.06 from our goal of $40,000 with just under 2 months to go. Read more …

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From the Editor 
Slavoj Žižek Does Not Write for Counter-Currents as Gregory Hood

Slavoj Žižek at his home in Lubljana.580 words

In response to hypothetical questions based on the following list of ten incredible quotes that Slavoj Žižek didn’t actually write, I wish to deny that Slavoj Žižek writes for Counter-Currents as Gregory Hood. Read more …

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“A General Outline of the Whole” 
Lovecraft as Heideggerian Event

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Graham Harman
Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy
Winchester, UK: Zero Books, 2012

A winter storm in NYC is less the Currier and Ives experience of upstate and more like several days of cold slush, more suggestive—and we’ll see that suggestiveness will be a very key term—of Dostoyevsky than Dickens. Read more …

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Masterpiece of National Socialist Cinema

Kristina Söderbaum in "Opfergang"

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1. Introduction

I learned about Opfergang from an unlikely source: a documentary on the Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek. In one segment he is shown browsing in Kim’s Video in Manhattan (at its old location on St. Mark’s Place). As he does throughout the documentary, Žižek engages in a kind of frantic monologue, and at one point he names his three favorite films: King Vidor’s The Fountainhead (this really surprised me), Sergei Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible, and Veit Harlan’s Opfergang. Read more …

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