Judith P. Butler Senses of the Subject

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Senses of the Subject

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"Judith Butler's reading of major works on the construction of the subject, ranging from Descartes and Spinoza to Irigaray and Fanon, intertwines three projects, which prove intimately related: a symptomatic reading of texts, where the materiality of their writing reveals a permanent uncertainty about the "sovereignty" or "autonomy" that they claim; a phenomenology of the affective "third substance" which, being neither mind nor body, must also encroach on both; and a critique of normative ontological binarisms which, in particular, confuse sexual otherness with a difference of given places. In this account of the latent "sensible" mover of metaphysics, she also gives an account of herself as incarnated thinker, beautifully complex and inventive. Her book will generate admiration and continuous reflection." -Etienne Balibar, author of Equaliberty Butler concludes the Introduction to this book thus: Acted on, I act still, but it is hardly this I that acts alone, and even though, and precisely because, it never gets done with being undone. In these eloquent, passionately dialectical, and vertiginous essays, Butler relentlessly tracks our being undone by others, by language, by things, by institutions, and by the normative formations that hold us upright beyond our standing upright in the writings of, among others, Descartes, Spinoza, Hegel, Merleau Ponty, Irigaray, and Fanon. This is echt Butler: a necessity for those who already know her work, and a generous point of entry for those philosophers who have yet to find their way to her thought. --J. M. Bernstein, New School for Social Research "In this exceptional collection, Judith Butler displays the unusually vivid, even startling insight that makes her indisputably the world's most interesting contemporary philosopher. These lucid essays climb in and out of the me, the her, the you, dream and reality, subject, object, nature and the preternatural, meaning and its deadly discontents. Butler wrestles the narratives of embodiment into language that lives."--Patricia J. Williams, Columbia Law School "For me, Judith Butler is simply the most important philosopher of our age. This is an extremely interesting and wide-ranging collection of essays by that provide characteristically close readings of an impressive range of philosophers, some more closely associated with Butler's work (Hegel, Kierkegaard, Sartre and Irigaray) others much less so (Descartes, Malebranche, Spinoza and Merleau-Ponty). What ties the whole book together is a powerful and interconnected set of concerns with the pre-conscious, sensate formation of subjectivity and the ethical valence of the experience of dependence and susceptibility."--Simon Critchley, The New School for Social Research "Judith Butler's reading of major works on the construction of the subject, ranging from Descartes and Spinoza to Irigaray and Fanon, intertwines three projects, which prove intimately related: a symptomatic reading of texts, where the materiality of their writing reveals a permanent uncertainty about the "sovereignty" or "autonomy" that they claim; a phenomenology of the affective "third substance" which, being neither mind nor body, must also encroach on both; and a critique of normative ontological binarisms which, in particular, confuse sexual otherness with a difference of given places. In this account of the latent "sensible" mover of metaphysics, she also gives an account of herself as incarnated thinker, beautifully complex and inventive. Her book will generate admiration and continuous reflection."--Etienne Balibar, author of Equaliberty "With this inspiring book--simultaneously a philosophical dispossession of philosophy, a paean to sensation and an affirmation of the 'radically impossible venture' of ethics and politics--[Butler] edges towards a palpable, outward-looking alternative to philosophical chest beating."-Times Higher Education

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Butler concludes the Introduction to this book thus: Acted on, I act still, but it is hardly this I that acts alone, and even though, and precisely because, it never gets done with being undone. In these eloquent, passionately dialectical, and vertiginous essays, Butler relentlessly tracks our being undone by others, by language, by things, by institutions, and by the normative formations that hold us upright beyond our standing upright in the writings of, among others, Descartes, Spinoza, Hegel, Merleau Ponty, Irigaray, and Fanon. This is echt Butler: a necessity for those who already know her work, and a generous point of entry for those philosophers who have yet to find their way to her thought. --J. M. Bernstein, New School for Social Research"In this exceptional collection, Judith Butler displays the unusually vivid, even startling insight that makes her indisputably the world's most interesting contemporary philosopher. These lucid essays climb in and out of the me, the her, the you, dream and reality, subject, object, nature and the preternatural, meaning and its deadly discontents. Butler wrestles the narratives of embodiment into language that lives."--Patricia J. Williams, Columbia Law School"For me, Judith Butler is simply the most important philosopher of our age. This is an extremely interesting and wide-ranging collection of essays by that provide characteristically close readings of an impressive range of philosophers, some more closely associated with Butler's work (Hegel, Kierkegaard, Sartre and Irigaray) others much less so (Descartes, Malebranche, Spinoza and Merleau-Ponty). What ties the whole book together is a powerful and interconnected set of concerns with the pre-conscious, sensate formation of subjectivity and the ethical valence of the experience of dependence and susceptibility."--Simon Critchley, The New School for Social Research"Judith Butler's reading of major works on the construction of the subject, ranging from Descartes and Spinoza to Irigaray and Fanon, intertwines three projects, which prove intimately related: a symptomatic reading of texts, where the materiality of their writing reveals a permanent uncertainty about the "sovereignty" or "autonomy" that they claim; a phenomenology of the affective "third substance" which, being neither mind nor body, must also encroach on both; and a critique of normative ontological binarisms which, in particular, confuse sexual otherness with a difference of given places. In this account of the latent "sensible" mover of metaphysics, she also gives an account of herself as incarnated thinker, beautifully complex and inventive. Her book will generate admiration and continuous reflection."--Etienne Balibar, author of Equaliberty"

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