Senses of the Subject
In a series of philosophical essays, Judith Butler reflects on the roles of the passions in the formation of subjects. Drawing on her early work on Hegelian desire and her subsequent reflections on the psychic life of power and the possibility of self-narration, this book considers how passions such as desire, rage, love, and grief are bound up with becoming a subject within specific historical fields of power.
Condition: Used with a clean interior and very mildly worn exterior.
Measures ~5"x9". pages.