Judith Butler (Philosopher) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Judith Butler

Modern philosopher most recognized for her published works on feminist and queer theory.

She graduated from Yale University where she obtained her Ph.D. in Philosophy in 1984.

She was awarded the Theodor W. Adorno Award in 2012 for her work on political theory, gender studies, and moral philosophy.

Her family was residing in Cleveland, Ohio, when she was born.

She taught classes on Comparative Literature at UC Berkeley for many years, the same school soap opera actress Molly Stanton once attended.

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How old is Judith Butler? She was born in 1956, she is 67 years old.

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Judith Butler Wiki

Judith Butler Wiki/Bio
Famous asPhilosopher
Age67 years old
BirthdayFebruary 24, 1956
BirthplaceCleveland, OH
Zodiac SignPisces

Quotes by Judith Butler

It seems, though, that historically we have now reached a position in which Jews cannot legitimately be understood always and only as presumptive victims.

— Judith Butler

The argument that all Jews have a heartfelt investment in the state of Israel is untrue. Some have a heartfelt investment in corned beef sandwiches.

— Judith Butler

When we say gender is performed, we usually mean that we’ve taken on a role or we’re acting in some way and that our acting or our role playing is crucial to the gender that we are and the gender that we present to the world.

— Judith Butler

Only if we accept the proposition that the state of Israel is the exclusive and legitimate representative of the Jewish people would a movement calling for divestment, sanctions and boycott against that state be understood as directed against the Jewish people as a whole.

— Judith Butler

In the earliest years of the AIDS crisis, there were many gay men who were unable to come out about the fact that their lovers were ill, A, and then dead, B. They were unable to get access to the hospital to see their lover, unable to call their parents and say, ‘I have just lost the love of my life.’

— Judith Butler