Judith Butler’s Bra Size and Body Measurements
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Modern philosopher most recognized for her published works on feminist and queer theory.
She graduated from Yale University where she obtained her Ph.D. in Philosophy in 1984.
She was awarded the Theodor W. Adorno Award in 2012 for her work on political theory, gender studies, and moral philosophy.
Her family was residing in Cleveland, Ohio, when she was born.
She taught classes on Comparative Literature at UC Berkeley for many years, the same school soap opera actress Molly Stanton once attended.
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Judith Butler Inspirational Quotes
My parents were practicing Jews. My mother grew up in an orthodox synagogue, and after my grandfather died, she went to a conservative synagogue and a little later ended up in a reform synagogue. My father was in reform synagogues from the beginning.
Understanding Hamas/Hezbollah as social movements that are progressive, that are on the left, that are part of a global left, is extremely important. That does not stop us from being critical of certain dimensions of both movements.
As a Jew, I was taught that it was ethically imperative to speak up and to speak out against arbitrary state violence. That was part of what I learned when I learned about the Second World War and the concentration camps.
Life has to be protected. It is precarious. I would even go so far as to say that precarious life is, in a way, a Jewish value for me.
I think we won’t be able to understand the operations of trans-phobia, homophobia, if we don’t understand how certain kinds of links are forged between gender and sexuality in the minds of those who want masculinity to be absolutely separate from femininity and heterosexuality to be absolutely separate from homosexuality.