In the red corner, “the Elvis of cultural theory” and “the world’s most dangerous philosopher,” Slavoj Zizek—a professor, author and regular RT contributor. His rise to fame can be ascribed to his amazing ability to use dirty jokes, pop culture phenomena and, on at least one occasion, toilets to explain complex topics in psychoanalysis and political theory.
In the blue corner, clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, Jordan Peterson, who has become the darling of the new right for his scathing critiques of identity politics and opposition to feminist narratives.
(“‘Crustacean Jung v Cocaine Hegel’: Zizek-Peterson debate blowout sparks meme war”, RT World News, 20 Apr. 2019)