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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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Quotes

Sexual harassment law is very important. But I think it would be a mistake if the sexual harassment law movement is the only way in which feminism is known in the media.

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

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It’s my view that gender is culturally formed, but it’s also a domain of agency or freedom and that it is most important to resist the violence that is imposed by ideal gender norms, especially against those who are gender different, who are nonconforming in their gender presentation.

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It will not do to say that international law is the enemy of the Jewish people, since the Jewish people surely did not as a whole oppose the Nuremburg trials, or the development of human rights law.

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There is no gender identity behind the expressions of gender… identity is performatively constituted by the very ‘expressions’ that are said to be its results.

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