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Judith Butler :
« I have been part of protests my whole life, » says Butler, who also visited the Occupy Wall Street movement. « What interests me is what happens when people get together and find themselves standing next to someone they don’t know. Communities of people gather in the streets, they don’t know each other and yet they overcome differences and are all brought together in sudden alliance. »
« Outside of our local groups or identity-based communities, we are figuring out what is our obligation to the stranger. Our commonality, whether it is anti-racism or radical democratic ideals, insists that we have obligations to one another that are not based on shared language or religion or even beliefs about humanity. Views do not have to be the same to sense that something is profoundly unjust and have strong ties of solidarity. »
See : http://rabble.ca/news/2012/05/solid…

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