Table of contents for Iraq : the borrowed kettle / Slavoj Zizek.


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CONTENTS
Introduction: They Control Iraq, but Do They Control
Themselves?
Non Penis a Pendendo
The Iraqi MacGuf.n ? The Nation-State Empire ?
Europe, Old and New ? A Tale of Heroes and Cowards
? Was will Europa? ? A Modest Proposal for an Act in the
Middle East ? The ?Silent Revolution?
Appendix I: Canis a non Canendo
The Liberal Fake ? Act, Evil, and Antigone ? Risking the
Step Outside ? Too Radical for Democracy? ?
?L?inconscient, c?est la politique? ? Utopia and the Gentle
Art of Killing
Appendix II: Lucus a non Lucendo
Ethical Violence? Yes, please! ? The Four Discourses ? A
Cup of Decaffeinated Reality ? Innocent Violence ? Of
Noble Lies and Bitter Truths
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Iraq War, 2003