What's the foundation of trust in an period while globalization, multiculturalism and large enterprise are the recent faith? Slavoj Zizek, well known thinker and irrepressible cultural critic takes on all comers during this compelling and breathless new book.
From 'cyberspace cause' to the anomaly that's 'Western Buddhism', On Belief will get at the back of the contours of ways we generally take into consideration trust, particularly Judaism and Christianity. preserving up the so-called authenticity of non secular trust to serious gentle, Zizek attracts on psychoanalysis, movie and philosophy to bare in startling model that not anything might be worse for believers than their ideals growing real.
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