Acaba de salir el nuevo libro de Judith Butler, Senses of the Subject (NY, 2015).
Dejo un fragmento de la introducción, sobre el sujeto, el cuerpo, el actuar y el pensar.
"Just as philosophy founders time and again on the question of the body, it tends to separate what is called thinking from what is called sensing, from desire, passion, sexuality, and relations of dependency. It is one of the great contributions of feminist philosophy to call those dichotomies into question and so to ask as well whether in sensing, something called thinking is already at work, whether in acting, we are also acted upon, and whether in coming into the zone of the thinking and speaking I, we are at once radically formed and also bringing something about." p. 15