For the Continental Tradition: Contra Chomsky’s Dismissal

This comes from Slavoj Žižek, “Some Bewildered Clarifications.”  Žižek takes issue with Noam Chomsky’s thoughtless dismissal not only of Žižek’s work but of the entire continental tradition. I think one can convincingly show that the continental tradition in philosophy, although often difficult to decode, and sometimes—I am the first to admit this—defiled by fancy jargon, remains in itsContinue reading “For the Continental Tradition: Contra Chomsky’s Dismissal”