Judith Butler and an ethics of humanization
CitationŞimga, H. (2014). Judith Butler and an ethics of humanization. Dialogue and Universalism, Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. 24(3), s. 166-173.
This paper argues that the question of the human is a major concern in Judith Butler's philosophy. I believe that although this concern is more visible in her relatively recent works on ethics and politics, in her earlier works it is always in the background. I read Butler as a deep thinker on the nature of the human, and argue that her thoughts on ethics and politics should be read as a (non-utopic) yearing for a human condition where a collectively inhabitable world becomes possible.
SourceDialogue and Universalism
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