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Tyler Bass
Forbidden Knowledge TV
April 29, 2015

Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek is carving out a position increasingly unique among his fellow Marxists: a preference for straightforward orders and jocular humor, above an authoritarianism that denies its own nature. He argues that across-the-board bans on racist humor can drive wedges between people, and that supervisors who feign friendship grate and demean their employees.

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