Recommended article: Judit Butler and the mechanisms of exclusion in "the frames of war"

"But the core of Judith Butler's theoretical program lies in this idea: 'We judge a world we refuse to know, and our judgment becomes a means of refusing to know this world.' This node can only be broken by curiosity and knowledge, but this means breaking down the frames that trap us. And for this the individual needs new spaces of location. "Every form of individuality is a social determination." Our first interest in the other is because it is a condition of our survival. "Singularization is an essential feature of sociality." And it is necessary to assume the vulnerable nature of our lives as a way to empathize with precarious lives. We are all in precariousness.”

Extract from an article by Josep Ramoneda published in Babelia. Read complete.

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