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  1. “By Mutual Opposition to Nothing”: Understanding Žižek's Three “Reals” and Their Relation to Marxism, Capitalism, and Politics.Gregory C. Flemming - 2015 - Angelaki 20 (4):157-177.
    While he develops three different aspects of Lacan's “Real,” Slavoj Žižek does so only partially, in the end leaving an inconsistent and contradictory account. Here these three versions of the Real are outlined and clarified by showing their relation to Marx's account of capitalist exchange and socialist politics. This leads to a discussion of two other aspects of the Real that appear in Žižek's work: the pre-Symbolic Real and the “Sinthome.” Where the former is simultaneously the fear of a unified (...)
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