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Here a first red flag: in this reference to death drive as a ‘transcendental form’, Žižek declares not only the philosophical ambitions he has for the concept, but its apparent compatibility with, and prospective assimilation within, the ideas of German idealism.
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In this world of many cultures, religions and societies, ideologies vary, and as a result we tend to collide with one another, arguing against those who are different, in favor of those who stand in our stance, a stance which is one in thousand others. 1,919 more words