An intriguing (though depressing and plausible!) talk by Slavoj Žižek about the prospects faced by Western democracy. He paints a grim picture of a society where “all small personal pleasures will be kept” but democracy is gone. As he puts it: “things cannot go on indefinitely the way that they are”. Do we face an all or nothing situation? Radical action or conclusive destruction?
Tags: Slavoj Zizek