Index
absolute, 13, 17, 19, 28
absolute idealism, 17, 30–31, 58, 75–77,
79, 105
Adorno, Theodor, 180–81
Allen, Woody, 150, 187, 190–91
Althusser, Louis, 11, 87, 133–34, 173–75,
215–16, 218, 226, 243, 271; interpella-
tion, 87, 271
antagonism, 13, 80, 104, 151, 182, 199,
235–36
apocalypse, 113–14, 236
Aristide, Jean- Bertrand, 227, 231
Aristotle, 20, 59, 118
Badiou, Alain, 2–3, 8, 11, 26–27, 32,
43–44, 47–52, 54–55, 61, 72–74, 87,
91–94, 127–29, 131–43, 230, 234, 237,
243, 245, 247, 263, 269; democratic ma-
terialism, 61
Balibar, Étienne, 198–99, 208–9, 217
Beckett, Samuel, 276–80, 282; Unname-
able, The, 277
“big Other,” 108, 189–90, 259, 261–63,
278, 280, 282
Boer, Roland, 265
Borromean knot, 3, 4, 91, 160–61, 226
Bosteels, Bruno, 92–93
capitalism, 43–45, 69, 70, 180, 182–90,
198, 200, 202, 206, 208, 215, 217–18,
224, 234–36, 261, 265
Cartesian subject, 122, 197, 236
Catholic, 246, 249
causality, 29, 118
Chávez, Hugo, 227
Chesterton, G.K., 235, 246
Christian, 30, 101, 243, 244
Christianity, 231, 243–49, 251, 254, 256–
62, 264, 265
class struggle, 198–200, 208–10, 234
communism, 69, 195, 196, 199, 227, 230,
233–38; Idea of Communism, 228, 235,
237, 238
contingency, 60, 75, 118, 120, 122
Deleuze, 2, 27, 74, 77, 80–82, 93, 135,
222, 275
Deleuzeian, 77
Derrida, 74, 78, 100–3, 106–8
Derridean, 104
Descartes, Rene, 30, 94, 101–2, 107, 113,
115, 122
dialectical materialism, 32, 51–52, 88, 182
discursive materialism, 60–62
Dolar, Mladen, 251
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