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Much of Butler’s early political activism centered around queer and feminist issues, and she served, for a period of time, as the chair of the board of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. Judith Pamela Butler  born is an American philosopher and gender theorist whose work has influenced political philosophyethics and the fields of third-wave feministqueer  and literary theory. A Politics of the PerformativeButler surveys the problems of hate speech and censorship.
Butler was criticized for statements she had made about Hamas and Hezbollah. Butler revisits and refines her notion of performativity and focuses on the question of undoing “restrictively normative conceptions of sexual and gendered life”.
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She draws on the phenomenology of Maurice Merleau-Ponty and the feminism of Simone de Beauvoirnoting that both thinkers ground their theories in “lived experience” and view the sexual body as a historical idea or situation. Sexual politics, social change and the power of the performative. Wikiquote has quotations related to: Amalia Ziv explains why her son calls her ‘Dad ‘ “. Deploying Foucault ‘s argument from the first volume of The History of SexualityButler claims that any attempt at censorship, legal or otherwise, necessarily propagates the very language it seeks to forbid.
InDenis Dutton ‘s journal Philosophy and Literature awarded Butler first prize in its fourth annual “Bad Writing Competition”, which set out to “celebrate bad writing from the most stylistically lamentable passages found in scholarly books and articles.
Retrieved September 20, On the Discursive Limits of “Sex”. The dialogue draws heavily on her book Precarious Life: Batler, Dzudit; Fuko, Misel. Butler has supported lesbian and gay rights btler and has spoken out on many contemporary political issues. Retrieved October 19, Schwarzer also accuses Butler of remaining silent about the oppression of women and homosexuals in the Islamic world, while readily exercising her right to same-sex-marriage in the United States; instead, Butler would sweepingly defend Islamincluding Islamismfrom critics.
Butler acknowledges, however, that categorized identities are important for political action at the present time. English Choose a language for shopping. Add to want list.
Bodily Disintegrations and Fictive Sex,” pp. Any concept of responsibility which batlerr the full transparency of the self to itself, an entirely accountable self, necessarily does violence to the opacity which marks the constitution of the self it addresses. Write a customer review.
Butler argues that hate speech exists retrospectively, only after being declared such by state authorities. It is not done with, over, relegated to a past, which then becomes part of a causal or narrative reconstruction of the self.
In this connection, Butler criticizes feminist legal scholar Catharine MacKinnon ‘s argument against pornography for its unquestioning acceptance of the state’s power to censor. Oxford reference Online Premium.
In this way, Butler questions the possibility of any genuinely oppositional discourse; “If speech depends upon censorship, then the principle that one might seek to oppose is at once the formative principle of oppositional speech”.
This not being able to do otherwise is our common predicament page Either they dzuditt there are no demands and that leaves your critics confused, or they say that the demands for social equality and economic justice are impossible demands.
According to Butler’s theory, gender is essentially a performative repetition of acts associated with the male or female. Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject.
Journal of Women in Culture and Society. For example, Timothy Laurie notes that Butler’s use of phrases like “gender politics” and “gender violence” in relation to assaults on transgender individuals in the United States can “[scour] a landscape filled with class and labour relations, racialised urban stratification, and complex interactions between sexual identity, sexual practices and sex work”, and produce instead “a clean surface on which struggles over ‘the human’ are imagined to play out”.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote. And the impossible demands, they say, are just not practical.