Jump to: navigation, search


31 bytes added, 20:06, 14 April 2019
no edit summary
Throughout Žižek’s writing, the idea of bureaucracy is closely linked to Hegelian considerations of monarchy. Bureaucracy also holds its own symbolic efficiency, however, and in contemporary society, in the absence of a monarch, can take the place of the [[master-signifier]]. The mystique of bureaucracy holds the power to shape both social reality itself and the functioning fantasies within it.
[[Category:Zizek Dictionary]]

Navigation menu