About the Author
Miran Bozovic is a Professor of Modern Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. He is the editor of Jeremy Bentham's The Panopticon Writings and the author of the forthcoming book, An Utterly Dark Spot: Gaze and Body in Early Modern Philosophy with a forward by Slavoj Zizek.
Robert Groome has held appointments as Assistant Professor at the Universtiy of Paris XIII and as psychoanalyst at the Fair-play clinic in Paris, France. He moved to Los Angeles in 1998, where he is founder of, and an analyst at, the association P.I.T.E. (Psychoanalysis in Intension/Topology in Extension). Among his publications are: Sur les Noeuds (translation and introduction of "On Knots" by P.G. Tait), Clinique de la Topologie and Le Spectre de Freud dans la Logique Classique.
Jean-Claude Milner is a Professor of Linguistics at the University of Paris VII and is the President of the College International de Philosophie in Paris. He is the author of many books in French on linguistics, poetics, philosophy and education and his For the Love of Language has been translated in English.
Genevieve Morel is a psychoanalyst in Paris and Lille. She is a graduate of L'Ecole Normale Superieure in mathematics and oversees courses in psychoanalysis at the University of Paris VIII. Her most recent work to appear in French is Ambiguites Sexuelles: Sexuation et Psychose.
Slavoj Zizek is Director of Research at the Kultur Wissenschaftliches Institut in Essen, Germany. Author of Many books in English, he is about to publish several more this year: The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime: On David Lynch's Lost Highway; The Fragile Absolute, or Why the Christian Legacy is Worth Fighting For; The Fright of Real Tears: The Uses and Misuses of Lacan in Film Theory (editor); and Contingency, Hegemony, Universitality: Contemporary Dialogues on the Left with Judith Butler and Ernesto Laclau.