1. Poeticizing Revolution: Žižek's Misreading of Mao and China
  2. Liu Kang
  3. pp. 627-651
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  1. Reply: What to Do When Evil Is Dancing on the Ruins of Evil
  2. Slavoj Žižek
  3. pp. 653-669
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  1. Revolutionary Terror from Robespierre to Mao
  2. Slavoj Žižek
  3. pp. 671-706
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  1. Three Notes on China: Past and Present
  2. Slavoj Žižek
  3. pp. 707-721
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  1. Žižek’s China, China’s Žižek
  2. Zhang Yiwu, Jon Solomon
  3. pp. 723-737
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  1. Sinicizing Žižek?: The Ideology of Inherent Self-Negation in Contemporary China
  2. Kwai-Cheung Lo
  3. pp. 739-761
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  1. A Cinematic Parallax View: Taiwanese Identity and the Japanese Colonial Past
  2. Tonglin Lu
  3. pp. 763-779
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  1. To Reverse Our Premise with the Perverse Core: A Response to Žižek’s “Theology” in Chinese Context
  2. Yang Huilin, Yizhong Gu
  3. pp. 781-798
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  1. Guest Editor's Introduction
  2. Tonglin Lu
  3. pp. 617-625
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 799-800
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