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Notes on: Judith Butler (2005) Giving an Account of Oneself (Fordham University Press)

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By Matilda Arvidsson

Judith Butler’s theory of the emergence of the subject as interrelated with its others has been formative to my thinking about what legal subjectivity is and how it comes about. In particular, the practice of “giving an account of oneself” as Butler expands on it has informed the way in which I read international legal texts as self-accounts in a seemingly endless narration of responses.

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