Link to essays by John Berger:
Bonus links: Ways of Seeing and Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste
Link to an article by Ilan Kapoor:
I’m not sure I agree with the criticisms of Žižek this offers, partly because they seem conclusory and underdeveloped, even if intriguing. For instance, the notion that Žižek is overexposed seems to call for an explanation of what “overexposed” means, and why it applies. For example, a discussion of that concept in view of Žižek’s well-known critique of liberalism’s inability to cope with the destructive power of envy seems apropos. Or perhaps something out of Bourdieu or another branch of sociology?
Link to an article by James Plested:
Link to an article by Pete Dolack:
Bonus link: …And the Poor Get Prison
Link to an article by Alan Nasser: