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A Lacanian Ink Event – Tilton Gallery, NYC – 05/06
As far as the Part III ( The Euthanasia of Tolerant Reason) of Mr. Zizek’s referrals, words can unite us, but even more divide us. They might make us pieces. Even in psychoanalysis, this may happen.
I agree with him, when saying that people might talk with each other and they suddenly conclude that they say different things. Total violence! Both of them are wounded psychologically, either they are men and women or women and women, or even men and men.
And, there we can find the aggressive side of someone. Though, we can hear that I say that, but you say something else, though both saying the same! Here is the most violent point, I think, as different human beings can’t speak the same language and it is normal, but sometimes, when we talk to people for the first time, we might be insulted because of that or they might feel the same!
Moreover, if we continue such conversations, we have to be sure that nobody will trasgress our limits, otherwise we just become objects. And, being sure means believing in ourselves.
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