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Sgendered people something I think she could have said much interesting things n I loved the fragments Fantastic Post Office 03 on norms probably because I hadn t read much about the subject before After reading Undoing Gender I d like to know about Butler s ideasn being human something I ve never thought about the way she has I wish she elaborated Tim Crouch on the subject providing some ethicalr generally philosophical background I thought there d be about how gender affects ne as a person in the social sphere Perhaps I ll find it in a different text f hers Some Drawing the Human Head of her points seembvious and she s willing to go Twin Block Functional Therapy: Applications in Dentofacial Orthopedics over andver them in simple language At DIY Projects for the Self-Sufficient Homeowner: 25 Ways to Build a Self-Reliant Lifestyle other times she comesut with long and complicated sentences r vague references the reader is expected to understand and I really don t know who this book is aimed at I don t think she does herself Some things I find simple fillers and thers in chapter 2 I don t understand n the first reading The chapters are too autonomical in the uestions they want and ften don t want answered their language their references I know varied ways Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, of looking at subjects areften the best but here it was a little ill fitting Every chapter is for someone else and the last ne came ut f the blue It was interesting but I don t think it needed to be there If she said anything about why she thinks the problems she deals with are philosophically valid there d be a point in talking about the two philosophies I think these problems with unifying make the book hard to be enjoyable to anyone in full I will be returning to Butler but I m certainly critical f her method Pontius Pilate of writing andf which subjects she chooses to elaborate Livin de Life on I d heard this was the accessible Butler text which is sorta true but just remember it s still Butler I think perhaps the reason many people find this to be a engaging text is that Butler s concerns though densely theoretical have immediate real life applications than say in Gender Troubler Bodies that Matter It seems Butler s become increasingly interested in what it might mean to be an ethical incoherentpost modern ha subject and as such her interests in regulatory regimes Aeralis of gender sexuality co have shifted to concerns about reconstituting the notionf the human as a way Be CentsAble: How to Cut Your Household Budget in Half of encountering thether in an ethical way Secondly the book is accessible because the essays included are essentially stand alone essays which isn t entirely different to some Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education: Global Perspectives other texts Bodies that Matter in particular but that the essays are also fairly distinct fromne another So there s a piece Radio Crackling, Radio Gone on intersexualityne The Legend of Joaquin Murrieta: California's Gold Rush Bandit on the heterosexuality in uestion for Butlerbvs Limey Gumshoe of kinship systemsne concerning representations Maritime Academy Graduate: Memoir Of A Third Mate of incest following in lightf recent trauma theory so n and so forth I was most interested I think in Butler s rethinking f the human and what makes for an unlivable life this seems particularly resonant because it navigates the line between theory she s clearly working through Kristeva s idea Trouble Looking for a Place to Happen of the abject as well as herwn earlier work Dressed for Thrills: 100 Years of Halloween Costumes and Masquerade on abjection in Bodies that Matter and experience why is it that some people uite literally are regarded even ifnly implicitly as subhuman As less worthy Harcourt School Publishers Collections of rights dignity respect Butler s challenges have direct impact and the comparatively lucid stylen display in this text makes it an From Paella to Porridge: A Farewell to Mallorca and a Scottish Adventure often emotionally engaging read Many people have uoted the Let s fact it We are all undone passage and I think rightfully so If Butler ever had dreamsf creative stardom they re probably most On Toby's Terms on display in this text the writing is exciting and sometimes strangely beautifulAlso there s another great Butler joke about her exhaustion with the phallus as well as some great accountsf the self scattered throughout I believe in the last chapter we re ffered a picture f Butler as a tweenager as might be expected she s not brushing her teeth with a bottle Max Lerner: Pilgrim in the Promised Land of Jackr swooning ver the latest Teen Beat sweethearts but rather is reading Hegel and Spinoza and generally being everything I imagined a mini Butler might be It s a fabulous text if you like Butler grab it If you hate her grab it If you ve yet to check Butler ut I tend to agree with many this is a good starting place This is another philosophy book Indiscretion on the same linesf the Michel Foucault we just read for class as well And Indiscretion once again what she. S that govern and fail to govern gender and sexuality as they relate to the constraintsn recognizable personhood The book constitutes a reconsideration f her earlier view n gender performativity from Gender Trouble In this work the critiue Soul Dust of gender norms is clearly situated within the frameworkf human persiste.
I don t agree with everything that the author presents in this book but it is interesting and very good nonetheless Constant conflations The Dyfed Enigma: Unidentified Flying Objects in West Wales of sex with gender Annoying lackf citations for assertions made Cruel minimisation 6S: The 6S Review, Issue 2 of child sexual abuse Abounds in Freudianism bear in mind Freud had no sound reasoningr empirical evidence for his assertions either Wilfully Blackbird obtuse language writing A woeful piecef scholarship Would be risible if it had not become so culturally influential in such a detrimental way I Midwest Maize: How Corn Shaped the U.S. Heartland often see people warning potential readers to stay away from Judith Butler due to the incomprehensibilityr difficulty Surly Bonds of the material Should the style in which something is written decrease the value Should all works be written to the same style and standard inrder that they are acceptableIs comprehensibility a so called valid Sex, Lies, and Videotape outcomeButler addresses the issuef style in the new foreword to Gender Trouble It is no doubt strange and madden ing to some to find a book that is not easily consumed to be popular according to academic standards The surprise The Sanford Guide to Hepatitis Therapy 2016-2017 over this is perhaps attributable to the way we underestimate the reading public its capacity and desire for reading complicated and challenging texts when the complication is not gratuitous when the challenge is in the servicef calling taken for granted truths into uestion when the taken for grantedness Syzygy: Reflections on the Monastery of the Seven Rays of those truths is indeedppressiveI would argue that easy answers are harmful Can complex ideas truly be encapsulated in straightforward writing r a simple diagram Does the reduction f the idea to digestible simplicity remove the nuance Finally does simplicity Whore Stories: A Revealing History of the World's Oldest Profession of presentation argue an answer rather than a uestionWe claim to have answers to many concepts and present them as fact framework acknowledged truths Time space gender history sex These ideas areften presented in summaries as answers as truths and The Paper Wife one would do well to interrogate the cultures and societies that bring forth these truths these understood facts Life is a uestion a perpetual conversationUndoing Gender is a conversation Butler never attempts to answer the complexityf gender rather she asks uestion upon uestion changing her approach and focus pulling in new concepts and theories as the book progresses Butler challenges the legitimacy f recognition f the diversity We, the People: Of Earth Elders of being who recognises Who regulates Is recognition harmfulr helpful In recognition are we reduced to answers rather than uestions We do Black Marxism: The Making of the Black Radical Tradition ourselves as we do gender perpetuallyver and مترو over rewriting the self and the understandingf the self We learn to present urselves in a discourse that denies the language we might want to use to describe who we are how we got here and what we want from this lifeLanguage limits us Structure is dictated by power When we do gender and categorise it using understood norms do the understood norms apply r are they categories differently interpreted by the individual When The Windy Season one does woman as another does woman is the category woman a convenience and understood norm If we do woman differently what is woman This books gifts us with uestions I have a lifetimef uestions I will do myself and Oldies but Goodies overwrite myself as I live and the world lives alongside me Will we reach a point when the multiplicityf genders that are done a multitude an infinity A Month of Sundays of genders will be admitted into the terms that govern reality Will we develop a new legitimating lexicon for the gender complexity that we have always been living some sloppypinionsButler asks a lot Evangeline, a Master For Tonight Companion Novel of uestions but barely ever appears too doubtful Mostf the time she isn t interested in providing her answers and Beneath the Jolly Roger opinions which is what I readther people for uestions aren t that hard to find alone A book should provide clearly stated Merzbook: The Pleasuredome of Noise opinions attempts at answers rather than end every chapter with extra issues than before I can t help thinking she doesn t always want the reader to answer her uestions and uses them for the sakef rhetorics that this problem is a stylistic issue she can t help She seems to avoid concrete judgements I ve just read her book and I know what uestions she asks herself what books she reads and what films she watches but what does Judith Butler think I wasn t particularly interested in the parts dealing with psychoanalysis r her accounts f tran. Undoing Gender constitutes Judith Butler's recent reflections Pig on gender and sexuality focusingn new kinship psychoanalysis and the incest taboo transgender intersex diagnostic categories social violence and the tasks f social transformation In terms that draw from feminist and ueer theory Butler considers the norm.
Is saying is very important but most f what is said is unattainable by the average reader After discussing the concepts in class I would have given this book five stars but I think that if someone picked up this book without that avenue for discussion much f the main concepts and theories would be lostI think that most f the book was not to get the reader to subscribe to a certain moral Rim of the Pit (Rogan Kincaid, or ideal but to get the reader to think in a way that they have not before example legalizationf gay marriage may work as a legitimization They Also Serve of those relationships but in the end couldstracize Conversations From The Neighborhood Ice Cream Shop: 8 Keys To Rediscovering Lost Dreams And Finding Your Life's Calling other membersf the community who were never looking for that type No Time for Sergeants of legitimacy the real answer maybe somethingther then marriage for everyone no matter your sexual preference rather then defining something newly legitimized by something already considered a recognized norm maybe we need to look at the language we currently have I believe that in the end she is trying to pen up new conversation to address ld argumentsBut if you chose to pick it up please try chapters 3 and 4 They are very worth the work This ne star rating is probably unfair Butler certainly made statements I agreed with and is a widely respected feminist scholar who seems to be very important intellectually But this book was a flaming heap as far as I m concerned In no essay did I ever fig Her discussion f what it means to be human and socially intelligible made me crySpecifically To be called a copy to be called unreal is thus ne way in which ne can be Large Catechism of Martin Luther oppressed But consider that it is fundamental than that For to beppressed means that you already exist as a subject Junior Jolt of some kind But to be unreal is something else again For to beppressed Ceux de la posie vcue one must first become intelligible To find thatne is fundamentally unintelligible is to find that ne has not yet achieved access to the human 218Similarly I appreciated her thoughts n the nature f philosophy in the last essay Can the Other f Philosophy Speak Before I read Judith Butler I would have identified myself as a woman But she says I m wrong At the most basic level I m not necessarily a woman Butler sees gender as performance Butler says anatomy has cultural framing It is Performance not an essence Gender is performed without Troublemaker:: One Man's Crusade Against China's Cruelty ones being consciousf it Terms that make up tireless: oneswn gender are Teach Them Spanish!, Grade 1 outsideneself beyond Toque de Veludo oneself in a sociality that has no author Anatomy and sex have cultural framing They are not natural not essential not pre cultural You could have fooled meShe says all this in incomprehensible jargon I guess that s why she s a philosophy professor Believe itr not her philosophy has caught n in college campuses all across the country Well I just thought you should know It was news to me On the subject f social norms Butler writes The task Kaleidoscope of all these movements seems to me to be about distinguishing among the norms and conventions that permit people to breathe to desire to love and to live and those norms and conventions that restrictr eviscerate the conditions The Four Racketeers of life itself and later she says What is most important is to cease legislating for all lives what is livablenly for some and similarly to refrain from prescribing for all lives what is unlivable for some This at least makes sense Anyone who has read Judy Butler has had to contend with philosophical mind benders f astonishing brilliance and tortured diction such as What happens to the subject and to the stability f gender categories when the epistemic regime Phantoms Monsters: Mysterious Encounters of presumptive heterosexuality is unmasked as that which produces and reifies thesestensible categories f ntology Which makes it all the surprising to run into the same brilliance the same incisiveness but this time with a kind The Book of Not Knowing: Exploring the True Nature of Self, Mind, and Consciousness of heartrending poetry that absolutely cuts to the uick Like from the first chapter Let s face it We re undone by eachther And if we re not we re missing something If this seems so clearly the case with grief it is Dark Diversions only because it was already the case with desire One does not always stay intact It may be thatne wants to Lili a un chagrin d'amour or does but it may also be that despitene s best efforts Yamashita's Ghost: War Crimes, Macarthur's Justice, and Command Accountability one is undone in the facef the Mind of the Raven: Investigations and Adventures with Wolf-Birds other by the touch by the scent by the prospectf the touch by the memory f the feelMake f that what you will That paragraph has been haunting me for days. Nce and survival And to do ne's gender in certain ways sometimes implies undoing dominant notions f personhood She writes about the New Gender Politics that has emerged in recent years a combination f movements concerned with transgender transsexuality intersex and their complex relations to feminist and ueer theo.
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Judith Butler is an American post structuralist and feminist philosopher who has contributed to the fields of feminism ueer theory political philosophy and ethics She is currently a professor in the Rhetoric and Comparative Literature departments at the University of California BerkeleyButler received her PhD in philosophy from Yale University in 1984 for a dissertation subseuently publi