The Reality of the Virtual
|The Reality of the Virtual|
|Directed by||Ben Wright|
The Reality of the Virtual is a 2004 documentary film lecture by Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek. Recorded in a single day by Ben Wright, the film consists of seven long takes of Žižek seated in front of a bookshelf. The discourse concerns the concept of "real effects produced, generated, by something which does not yet fully exist, which is not yet fully actual", with numerous examples from psychoanalysis, politics, sociology, physics and popular culture.
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- The Pervert's Guide to Ideology
- Liebe Dein Symptom wie Dich selbst!
- Examined Life
- Marx Reloaded
- Jacques Lacan
- Lee, Nathan. "Food for Thought in 'Slavoj Zizek: The Reality of the Virtual'". The New York Times. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
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