Aron Pease introduces this collection of essays by Linda Brigham, Caren Irr, William Wilson and Nick Spencer with a look at the multitude's programmability.
Hanjo Berressem provides both fast-forward and slow-motion readings of Slavoj Žižek's Organs without Bodies: On Deleuze and Consequences.
Jokes play a fundamental role in Slavoj Žižek's philosophizing. Is Žižek joking when he extols the virtues of Christianity to the Left? Eric Dean Rasmussen analyzes Žižek's pro-Christian proselytizing as attacks on modes of PC-ness - political correctness and perverse Christianity - that sustain an undesirable neoliberalism.
Lori Emerson reviews The Shape of the Signifier by Walter Benn Michaels.