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13 June 2012updated 27 Sep 2015 4:00am

Watch Slavoj Žižek in conversation with the New Statesman

A live stream of tonight's event.

By New Statesman

This evening, at Central Saint Martins’ new campus in Kings Cross, New Statesman culture editor Jonathan Derbyshire will be in conversation with the Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek. Tickets for the event, which starts at 7pm, have long since sold out, but you’ll be able to watch a live video stream of proceedings by clicking this link.

You can expect a wide-ranging discussion, taking in topics from Hegel to the Occupy movement. It will be followed by an audience Q and A. In preparation, read Jonathan Derbyshire’s 2009 interview with Žižek in the New Statesman here.

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