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It’s no wonder that feminists like Germaine Greer take issue with Butler’s argument because it threatens the political solidarity that the second-wave feminists worked so hard to build in the 60’s and the 70’s. What are we really arguing about here? View all 32 comments.

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And yet the narration takes places within a language which, strictly speaking, is after the law, the consequence of the law. But there is also something to be said, perhaps, for shared experiences.

The problem arises when she seems to be more interested in generating a radical vocabulary than elucidating an argument.

Many women responded that a panel filled with old white dudes had no right to adjudicate on questions of woman’s health and a woman’s right to her body. One of the reasons I wanted to read this book was to get a better understanding of the arguments that regularly fly around about transsexuality and specifically how it fits with feminism, and although a lot in here was useful on that score, it is also frustrating to the extent that it is sometimes unclear whether Butler is discussing sex dusputa gender or both.


Some problems One problem I encountered is the overt exegetical commentary on scholarly work regarding gender that has already been published.

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As it is, please don’t ask me for a precise point-by-point summary. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This is just one of the examples in which Butler’s claims are just ridiculous due venero the omission of any biological discussion.

Again, not talking about the biological component of sex and gender can never help us bridge this divide. Aside from the unfortunate fact that it is written to be almost incomprehensibly academic, making it atrociously difficult for non-academics to tackle, Gender Trouble is arguably the most remarkable achievement in the field of gender studies, and the most important contribution to feminist thought since Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex. A lot of religious people use the fact that sexual orientation is a choice they allege and not an innate feature of who people are used with the aim to demean and condemn homosexuality.

You’re unlikely to find a more thorough deconstruction of the gender binary anywhere. Lists with This Book. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. I haven’t researched much about performativity until now, but I’ve always been interested in gender and power.

El Genero En Disputa : El Feminismo y La Subversion de La Identidad

That is, there is actual anatomical differentiation, say, between a testicle and an ovary. While her point about the potential existence of modalities of power in grammar and language is completely accepted, what she and similar authors who use the same defense never explain is how the particular way in which they write is somehow challenging bulter power structures.


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Dec 28, I was really struggling to understand a lot of Butler’s theories and explanations and I found myself drifting off a lot. Butler doubts whether this is possible or desirable. A friend has directed me to research that shows that biology is in fact not prediscursive and directly marked by culture.

Although Butler definitely could have written this text in a way that was more accessible, this book is actually incredibly lucid. I also found Butler’s writing to be extremely repetitive. Published by Routledge first published An atomized approach that tries to fight on the limited level of individual linguistic and cultural practice is bound to fail because it can never acquire the power needed for an effective politics. Sep 13, Sara rated it did not like it. The response that Butler spends two pages discussing?

Disputs new vocabulary with which to alienate friends and offend family. If a series of highly educated, intelligent and judirh adults do not properly understand you, that is because your writing is confused, not because your ideas are too complex to be captured by mere language. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. The commentary on intersectional feminism toward the end of the book was, I think, the most practical part.

It’s unnecessary, and it makes this book inaccessible for anyone who isn’t a seasoned academic.