A Plea for Intolerance  

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A Plea for Intolerance is an essay by Žižek in which he calls for a "radical re-politicization of the economy."

See also

"A Plea for Leninist Intolerance", By Slavoj Zizek, Critical Inquiry, Winter 2002

Lenin's Choice
What is tolerance today? The most popular TV show of the fall of 2000 in France, with a viewer rating two times higher than that of the notorious Big Brother reality soap, is C'est mon choix (It's my choice) on France 3, a talk-show whose guest is each time an ordinary (or, exceptionally, wellknown) person who made a peculiar choice that determined his or her entire lifestyle. For example, one of them decided never to wear underwear, another constantly tried to find a more appropriate sexual partner for his father and mother. Extravagance is allowed, solicited even, but with the explicit exclusion of the choices that may disturb the public (say, a person whose choice is to be and act as a racist is a priori excluded).




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