Slavoj Žižek and Simon Critchley have been arguing! The Continental Philosophy site has the links (and a few interesting comments; I'm with Adam Proctor who says, "Žižek's inability to accept (or understand, as I take it) Critchley’s “infinite demand” lies with his total rejection to even begin to apprehend the thought of thinkers like Derrida and Levinas — and I might add, Heidegger is always looking on from within.")

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