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Judith Butler

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Judith Butler (b. February 24 1956) is a prominent post-structuralist philosopher and has made major contributions to feminism, queer theory, political philosophy and ethics. She is Maxine Eliot professor in the Departments of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. She also has a professorial appointment at the European Graduate School.

Slavoj Žižek

Further information about Judith Butler can be found in the following reference(s):

on decision 19
Hegel and Foucault 253
melancholy mechanism and homosexuality 269-73, 279
passionate attachments 265-9, 282, 288-9
queer struggle 225
resistance 260-64
sexual difference 274-5
subjectivity and sexuality 257-9

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