23/05/2007 7' 53''
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Radicalising the theoretical instruments created by Foucault, Derrida, Lacan, Beauvoir and Wittig, Judith Butler proposed one of the most incisive philosophical readings on gender and sexual identity at the end of the 1980s. The MACBA has taken advantage of her lecture visit to devote a conference, a lecture-workshop and a class to her and to analyse her life and work. Likewise, SON[I]A speaks with Patricia Soley-Bertán, head of the course "Theory and praxis: Judith Butler's thinking", about her work and philosophy.

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