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Unformatted text preview: NEG full employment mini tournament version SDI 09 p. 1 of 10 FMW Lab K Capitalism Bad 1NC Shell ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Turn extensions focus on a particular agent ............................................................................................................................................. 6 Turn extensions focus on the particular of poverty .................................................................................................................................. 7 Alt Withdraw 2NC ................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 NEG full employment mini tournament version SDI 09 p. 2 of 10 FMW Lab K Capitalism Bad 1NC Shell There is only one impact in this debate. The ultimate ethico-political responsibility is to challenge the subordination of Capital thats the 1AC Zizek and Daly 2k4 evidence. We will concede this impact. If we win that they dont fulfill this ethical obligation or a .00001% risk of a turn we win. We will read more of their own evidence. Zizek and Daly 2k4 (Slavoj and Glyn, Conversations with Zizek page 18-19) For Zizek, a confrontation with the obscenities of abundance capitalism also requires a transformation of the ethico- political imagination . It is no longer a question of developing ethical guidelines within the existing political framework (the various institutional and corporate ethical committees) but of developing a politicization of ethics; an ethics of the Real. 8 Our alternative is to completely withdraw from the ideology of capital this is essential to destroy the ideology that allows capital to survive Johnston, interdisciplinary research fellow in psychoanalysis at Emory University, 2004 Adrian, Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, December v9 i3 p259 page infotrac Perhaps the absence of a detailed political roadmap in Zizek's recent writings isn't a major shortcoming. Maybe, at least for the time being, the most important task is simply the negativity of the critical struggle, the effort to cure an intellectual constipation resulting from capitalist ideology and thereby to truly open up the space for imagining authentic alternatives to the prevailing state of the situation. Another definition of materialism offered by Zizek is that it amounts to accepting the internal inherence of what fantasmatically appears as an external deadlock or hindrance (Zizek, 2001d, pp 22-23) (with fantasy itself being defined as the false externalization of something within the subject, namely, the illusory projection of an inner obstacle, Zizek, 2000a, p 16). From this perspective, seeing through ideological fantasies by learning how to think again outside the confines of current restrictions has, in and of itself, the potential to operate as a form of real...
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2010 for the course COMM 180 taught by Professor Kemp during the Fall '08 term at Wake Forest.

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