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No matter how “humanely” animals are treated, their lives are still their own to live.
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Sunaura Taylor

Extract from the book by Carol J. Adams “Defiant Daughters: 21 Women on Art, Activism, Animals, and the Sexual Politics of Meat”

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“What can a body do?” Judith Butler & Sunaura Taylor on a Mission mission in Examined Life (Astra Taylor, 2012), talking queer & disability theory and practice. And shopping.

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Judith Butler and Sunaura Taylor went for a walk and engaged in a terrific conversation about disability as not merely some physical status but largely a social status, and that is also true for so called “able-bodied” persons.

From the film Examined Life (haven’t seen the full thing yet)

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Judith Butler & Sunaura Taylor take a walk in Examined Life.

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San Francisco Is Awesome Part II: Judith Butler & Sunaura Taylor take a walk in Examined Life

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Judith Butler and Sunaura Taylor went for a walk and engaged in a terrific conversation about disability as not merely some physical status but largely a social status, and that is also true for so called “able-bodied” persons.

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Examined Life - Judith Butler & Sunaura Taylor 

Judith Butler and Sunaura Taylor went for a walk and engaged in a terrific conversation about disability as not merely some physical status but largely a social status, and that is also true for so called “able-bodied” persons.

Watch on marxisforbros.tumblr.com

Judith Butler and Sunaura Taylor went for a walk and engaged in a terrific conversation about disability as not merely some physical status but largely a social status, and that is also true for so called “able-bodied” persons.’
This is one of the segments from a documentary I watched last night called ‘Examined Life’, and I while I thought the whole film was really great I especially enjoyed this part so I thought I’d share it here. 

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Just added to our DVD collection: Examined Life.