[Marxism] Is Slavoj Zizek a US propaganda psyop?

Richard Fidler rfidler_8 at sympatico.ca
Mon May 26 10:33:27 MDT 2014


Actually, Michael, in Latin it is Cartago delenda est. No "th" in Latin, and
cities are feminine, hence "delenda".

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On May 26, 2014, at 9:51 AM, Louis Proyect via Marxism
<marxism at lists.csbs.utah.edu> wrote:
>  
> Levich is a long time "anti-imperialist" who was a Marxmail subscriber
over a decade ago. I can't remember if I booted him or if he unsubbed. The
title of the workshop comes from "Carthage delenda est", which means
Carthage must be destroyed. I wonder if Michael Smith was an outside
consultant on the title.

Unfortunately, I was not. I would have gotten the 
gerundive right (sc. delendus). And oh by the way, 
it's 'Carthago' in Latin. 

But sounds like a fun event, and I would enjoy seeing 
Zizek deconstructed, preferably in the literal sense 
of the term. 

 
Michael Smith
mjs at smithbowen.net

A man should take care not to be made a proverb; and, 
therefore, should avoid having any one topick of which 
people can say, "We shall hear him upon it." 

--Dr J 


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