Born on March 21, 1949, Slavoj Zizek is a Slovenian philosopher who is also a professor at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana. His works include continental philosophy, political theory, Marxism, Hegelianism and theology.
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Before Fame: He attended University of Ljubljana and University of Paris VIII.
Slavoj Zizek Ethnicity/Religion/Nationality
Zizek was born in Ljubljana, SR Slovenia, Yugoslavia, to Joze Zizek and Vesna. His father was an economist and civil servant.
Slavoj Zizek Affair/Married
He has been married three times in his life. First, he was married to Renata Saleci. Following the divorce, his second marriage was with Analia Hounie. His third marriage was with Jela Krecic.
He has a son. For more information, visit his twitter.
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Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Slavoj Žižek
- Nicknames: Slavoj
- Birthday: March 21, 1949
- Age: 70 years old (as of April 2019)
- Birthplace: Ljubljana, PR Slovenia, FPR Yugoslavia
- Education: University of Ljubljana, University of Paris VIII
- Profession: Philosopher
- Nationality: Slovenian
- Ethnicity/Race: Caucasian
- Religion: Not Available
- Zodiac: Aries
- Spouse/Wife: Reneta Salecl, Analia Hounie, Jela Krecic (married thrice)
- Children: 1 son
- Net Worth: Not Available
- Height: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- She speaks Slovene, Serbo-Croatian, French, German and English fluently.
- He is a philosopher.
- His father was an economist and civil servant.
- Zizek published his first English text, The Sublime Object of Ideology in 1989.
- He calls himself a political radical.
- His works has garnered him a lot of controversy, criticism and audience.
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Liberal democracy – as you know, in the old days, we were saying we want socialism with a human face. Today’s left effectively offers global capitalism with a human face, more tolerance, more rights and so on. So the question is, is this enough or not? Here I remain a Marxist: I think not.