Thinkers hermann cohen and walter benjamin to critical engagements with theological and religious discourse in the early twentieth century she is the author of unbecoming subjects judith butler moral philosophy and critical responsibility 2009 and of numerous articles in political theology feminist and queer theory. Moral philosophy and poststructuralism have long been considered two antithetical enterprises moral philosophy is invested in securing norms whereas poststructuralism attempts to unclench the grip of norms on our lives moreover poststructuralism is often suspected of undoing the possibility of . Annika thiem unbecoming subjects judith butler moral philosophy and critical responsibility fordham university press 2008 310pp 2700 pbk isbn 9780823228997 the book is divided into three parts the first dedicated to developing an interpretation of butlers work on subject formation . This book argues that judith butlers work makes possible a productive encounter between moral philosophy and poststructuralism rethinking responsibility and critique as key concepts at the juncture of ethics and politics. Moral philosophy and post structuralism have long been considered two antithetical enterprises this book argues that judith butlers work makes possible a productive encounter between these two aspects of philosophy rethinking responsibility and critique as key concepts at the juncture of ethics and politics
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