June 21, 2012 11:51pm

On Big Think, Zizek argues for philosophy’s relevance today for and against Science, defends Hegel (over and above his beloved Marx), and contextualizes his more popular work next to his principal desire: to orchestrate a return to philosophy, with new, updated results.

His remarks align in some ways with two recent essays I wrote: After Science? and Does Education Need Science?

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