Judith Butler's Latest on Making and Unmaking the Self

Judith Butler's Latest on Making and Unmaking the Self

By Sara Rodrigues

The essays in Senses of the Subject taken together, explore the ways in which human passions (e.g., touch; desire), influence the formation of the subject. 5 Aug 2015 // 7:00 AM

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