Difference between revisions of "Books/Slavoj Zizek/Does The Internet Have An Unconscious"

From No Subject - Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis
Jump to: navigation, search
(importing zizek books test)
 
(added new download links, plus an infobox)
Line 1: Line 1:
=‘Does the Internet Have an Unconscious? Slavoj Žižek and Digital Culture’ by Clint Burnham=
+
{{Infobox book
 +
|name          = Does the Internet Have an Unconscious? Slavoj Žižek and Digital Culture
 +
|image          = clint-burnham-does-the-internet-have-an-unconscious-slavoj-zizek-and-digital-culture.jpg
 +
|caption        =
 +
|orig_title    =
 +
|author        = Clint Burnham
 +
|editor        =
 +
|publisher      = Bloomsbury Academic
 +
|pub_date      = 2018
 +
|language      = English
 +
|other_lang_pub =
 +
|edition        =
 +
|pages          =
 +
|isbn          = 1501341294,9781501341298,1501341316,9781501341311
 +
 
 +
}}
 +
 
 +
=Description=
 
<div class="entry-content">
 
<div class="entry-content">
[[Image:clint-burnham-does-the-internet-have-an-unconscious-slavoj-zizek-and-digital-culture.jpg|frame|right|300px]]
+
''Does the Internet Have an [[Unconscious]]?'' is both an introduction to the [[work]] of [[Slavoj Žižek]] and an investigation into how his work can be used to [[think]] [[about]] the digital [[present]]. Clint Burnham uniquely combines the [[German]] [[idealism]], [[Lacanian]] [[psychoanalysis]], and [[Marxist]] [[materialism]] found in Žižek’s [[thought]] to [[understand]] how the Internet, [[social]] and new [[media]], and digital [[cultural]] forms work in our lives and how their failure to work [[structures]] our pathologies and [[fantasies]]. He suggests that our failure to properly understand the digital is due to our [[lack]] of [[recognition]] of its [[political]], aesthetic, and [[psycho]]-[[sexual]] elements.Mixing autobiographical passages with critical [[analysis]], Burnham situates a Žižekian [[theory]] of digital [[culture]] in the lived [[human]] [[body]].</div>
[https://mega.nz/#F!o3w3HaIB!U2ZwgEHDo-hEduaPQJP7pA DOWNLOAD]
 
  
''Does the Internet Have an Unconscious?'' is both an introduction to the work of Slavoj Žižek and an investigation into how his work can be used to think about the digital present.Clint Burnham uniquely combines the German idealism, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and Marxist materialism found in Žižek’s thought to understand how the Internet, social and new media, and digital cultural forms work in our lives and how their failure to work structures our pathologies and fantasies. He suggests that our failure to properly understand the digital is due to our lack of recognition of its political, aesthetic, and psycho-sexual elements.Mixing autobiographical passages with critical analysis, Burnham situates a Žižekian theory of digital culture in the lived human body.</div>
+
<div class="download">[http://93.174.95.29/main/6643F5F38C06D872340351B79FC2B591 DOWNLOAD #1]</div>
 +
<div class="download">[https://b-ok.cc/book/3557456/449fac DOWNLOAD #2]</div>
  
 
[[Category:Books]]  
 
[[Category:Books]]  
 
[[Category:Books/Slavoj_Zizek]]
 
[[Category:Books/Slavoj_Zizek]]
 
[[Category:Slavoj_Zizek]]
 
[[Category:Slavoj_Zizek]]

Revision as of 10:10, 7 April 2020

Description

Does the Internet Have an Unconscious? is both an introduction to the work of Slavoj Žižek and an investigation into how his work can be used to think about the digital present. Clint Burnham uniquely combines the German idealism, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and Marxist materialism found in Žižek’s thought to understand how the Internet, social and new media, and digital cultural forms work in our lives and how their failure to work structures our pathologies and fantasies. He suggests that our failure to properly understand the digital is due to our lack of recognition of its political, aesthetic, and psycho-sexual elements.Mixing autobiographical passages with critical analysis, Burnham situates a Žižekian theory of digital culture in the lived human body.