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Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Judith Butler: "Men have to break their brotherhood and denounce violence"

The philosopher, on a visit to Buenos Aires, alluded to the women's activist developments, the discussion over fetus removal and the censures of sexual brutality, amid a discussion with a little gathering of writers.

Around 17, the line of individuals was around the bend of Springolo Street, in Sáenz Peña, where the grounds of the University of Tres de Febrero is found. A huge number of youngsters went to the table "Activism and thought" given by the American scholar Judith Butler - together with individuals from the aggregate Ni Una Menos-. With mates, books and notes, they arranged to sit tight for quite a long time against the mass of the property, mindful of the advantage of having, for the second time, an identity like Butler in an open space in suburbia.

The poststructuralist and hypothetical scholar of sex is one of the significant references and scholastics of contemporary woman's rights, for its commitments on strange hypothesis, and on political and moral hypothesis. Writer of basic books, for example, The Gender in Dispute, Bodies that Matter and Undo the Gender; Contingency, authority, comprehensiveness, composed together with Ernesto Laclau and Slavoj Zizek, and Precarious Life, among different titles.