Critique and Intersubjectivity

Male Responsibility After #MeToo

  • Dallas Jokic
Keywords: philosophy, intersubjectivity, sexual misconduct, sex, me too

Abstract

In light of the allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment made against Harvey Weinstein and other powerful men in recent months, this paper will examine how men might take on responsibility for themselves and a culture that enables these patterns of abuse. It will draw primarily on the work of Judith Butler, Luce Irigaray, and Emmanuel Levinas to develop a model of responsibility that has three primary stages: taking ownership of past actions, critiquing gendered power relations, and learning how to foster relationships that are “intersubjective.”

Published
2018-04-23
How to Cite
Jokic, D. (2018). Critique and Intersubjectivity: Male Responsibility After #MeToo. Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal, 11(1), 46-55. Retrieved from https://openjournals.bsu.edu/stance/article/view/1953
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