By Frank Smecker
Through situating objectivity on the point of ideology, whereas putting it inside a dynamic, experimental and, every now and then, unorthodox interaction with Hegelian and Lacanian philosophy, Night of the World deals a distinct and radical re-thinking of objectivity. Encompassing a constellational array of wide-ranging matters, from pop culture, politics, historical past, technology, and philosophy, whereas deploying a fascinating prose that's either incisive and seamlessly tangential, Smecker is either an best friend with, and rising voice in, the sector of Žižekian dialectics. Incorporating Žižek's philosophy, Smecker speculates over either objectivity and beliefs, evoking tools of proposal no longer so primary given that German Idealism was once all of the rage. within the spirit of Kierkegaard, Night of the World is the results of an ingenious speculation. and that's in basic terms the half it. Written in a mode that might unquestionably go away the reader itching to learn it back as soon as entire, Night of the World is an ongoing engagement with an abundance of extra postulations, whose sole function is to provide extra items of thought.