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Title: El papel del cuerpo en la filosofía de Judith Butler. Performatividad y agencia política del cuerpo que resiste la norma
Author: Martínez Baigorri, Javier
Tutor: Boqué Peña, Marc
Others: Garcés Mascareñas, Marina
Keywords: exclusion
precariousness
vulnerability
Issue Date: Jun-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The main intellectual concern of Judith Butler, expressed in different ways throughout her work, is related to the subjects that remain outside the margins of the majority norm. Therefore, she tries to understand how the recognition frameworks that determine the subject's identity and the exclusion work. In this context, the body, as a performative and not a static reality, becomes the axis on which she articulates her proposal. This study will allow us to outline the bases for a philosophy of the body. The body will be considered as vulnerable and precarious, suffering from the action of power and exclusion. At the same time, we will assume that the body also has a capacity for political resistance. In this way, we will be provided with a philosophical toolbox that allows us to undertake the critique of other normative-exclusive areas.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/146588
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