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Judith Butler

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Book Series: Estudios / Investigaciones ISSN: 15140075 ISBN: 9789503411650 Year: Volume: 56 Language: Spanish
Publisher: Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación
Subject: Philosophy
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La presente publicación tiene como objetivo fundamental dar a conocer las producciones conceptuales realizadas en el marco del proyecto de investigación “La constitución del sujeto-agente: los aportes de la filosofía de Judith Butler y su influencia actual” (11/ H.591). Por un lado, se trata de poner a disposición de la comunidad académica y público en general (tanto del ámbito nacional como internacional) los resultados logrados gracias a nuestro proyecto de investigación. De este modo intervendremos positivamente en los debates actuales sobre la problemática del sujeto y recogeremos críticas que alimenten futuras líneas de investigación. Por otro lado, prevemos que las producciones ofrecidas en esta compilación redunden en beneficio de la formación, en grado y postgrado, de los estudiantes que realizan sus trayectorias académicas en la Facultad de Humandidades y Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata.

A Brief Genealogy of Jewish Republicanism: Parting Ways with Judith Butler

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ISBN: 9780998237596 Year: Pages: 90 DOI: 10.21983/P3.0159.1.00 Language: English
Publisher: punctum books
Subject: Sociology
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A Brief Genealogy of Jewish Republicanism: Parting Ways with Judith Butler uses the chance synchronicity of the 2013 Israeli parliamentary elections and literary theorist Judith Butler’s controversial Brooklyn College address calling for the boycotting of Israeli academic, cultural, and economic institutions as an occasion for examining possible relations between Jewishness and state-centered forms of self-governance. In an extended analysis of Butler’s Parting Ways: Jewishness and the Critique of Zionism, Tucker shows how the alignment of certain authors’ identities and ideas undergirding Butler’s analytical framework draws upon a pointedly Christian conception of belief. This Christian conception of belief structures the most familiar understandings of modern secularism, articulated most famously by John Locke in his “Letter Concerning Toleration.” Tucker reads Locke’s “Letter”’ alongside Jewish philosopher/rabbi Moses Mendelssohn’s 1783 critique of Locke, Jerusalem: Or On Religious Power and Judaism, and the Jewish tradition of the minyan, making a case for the existence of an alternative history of publicness borrowing from Jewish conceptions of communal life and the proper relations of actions and ideas. In throwing light on a genealogy of Jewish practices aimed at the deliberate creation of collectives constituted by their grappling with contingent, historical time, Tucker argues for the existence of a Jewish tradition of republicanism, of democracy. Within such a context, the Jewishness of Israel can be seen to lie first and foremost in its methods of generating a civil collective out of a diverse citizenry rather than in the identities of its individual citizens. The tradition Tucker has in mind explicitly uses an idea of ritual or “ceremonial law” to sustain within itself a tension between a heterogeneity of perspectives and interests constitutive of democratic process and the forms of unity and agreement often understood to be the desired outcome of that process. By setting forth a framework in which heterogeneity and agreement are conceived as coincident modes of political being rather than steps in a linear process, this “Jewish republicanism” frames law-making, implementation and following as forms of a single structure of ritual practice. Such a framework might provide the inspiration and authority for reconceiving some of the fundamental relations of the Zionist project

Demokratie ohne Grund - kein Grund für Demokratie?

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Book Series: Edition Politik ISBN: 9783837637915 9783839437919 Year: DOI: 10.14361/9783839437919 Language: German
Publisher: transcript Verlag Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 103361
Subject: Political Science
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Der Poststrukturalismus dekonstruiert liberal-demokratische Begriffe und lehnt Letztbegründungen für normative Ordnungen ab. Kritiker werfen ihm daher eine Unvereinbarkeit mit einer demokratischen Haltung vor. Derrida, Butler, Laclau und Mouffe vertreten dennoch eine zukünftige und radikale Demokratie. Wie ist dieser "ethical turn" zu beurteilen? Wie gelangen die Wissenschaftler von einer behaupteten Grundlosigkeit zu Gründen für die Demokratie? Luzia Sievi liefert eine detaillierte Analyse sowohl zu den Kritiken an der Demokratie als auch zu den Demokratieentwürfen der genannten Denker - und zeigt, welche Werte und Erkenntnisse bewirken, dass aus scharfen Kritikern starke Verfechter der Demokratie werden.

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