The theory of knowledge, as understood by Slavoj Žižek:
1. Known knowns (things we know that we know)
2. Known unknowns (things we know are unknown)
3. Unknown unknowns (things we don't know that we don't know)
4. Unknown knowns (things we don't know that we know)
Žižek promoting his book titled "Violence". Excerpt from his talk at Authors@Google, September 12 2008. All credits to original YouTube uploaders "spotlightmind" and "AtGoogleTalks".
The Toilet Ideology: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWHC102Pcsk
Complete lecture: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x0eyNkNpL0
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Tags: zizek, slavoj, toilet, ideology, epistemology, violence, knowledge, Authors@Google
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