Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle (Paperback)
$14.17 - Save $0.75 5% off - RRP $14.92 Free delivery worldwide (to United States and
all these other countries) Usually dispatched within 24 hours
- Also available in...
- Hardback $24.71
Short Description for Iraq That same inconsistency characterized the justification for the US-led invasion of Iraq is argued in this study.
- Published: 17 November 2005
- Format: Paperback 192 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781844675401 ISBN 10: 1844675408
- Sales rank: 358,769
$14.17 - Save $0.75 5% off - RRP $14.92
$24.71 - Save $1.29 (4%) - RRP $26.00
$16.92 - Save $0.50 (2%) - RRP $17.42
117 days to go $14.83 - Save $1.75 10% off - RRP $16.58
Full description for Iraq
In order to render the strange logic of dreams, Freud quoted the old joke about the borrowed kettle: (1) I never borrowed a kettle from you, (2) I returned it to you unbroken, (3) the kettle was already broken when I got it from you. Such an enumeration of inconsistent arguments, of course, confirms exactly what it endeavors to deny--that I returned a broken kettle to you ...That same inconsistency characterized the justification of the attack on Iraq, argues Zizek in this provocative study that can be considered a sequel to his acclaimed post-9/11 Welcome to the Desert of the Real!