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In fact, I substituted her book for Foucault's Discipline and Punishment, which I had been using in conjunction with selections from Sartre and Ricoeur, since I considered Butler's work to be a brilliant adaptation of Foucault's notion of the production of subjectivity to issues of gender. As my students and I read and discussed Gender Trouble, I found to my surprise that along with the expected resonances with Foucault that I planned to feature, strong resonances with Sartre began to emerge as well.
Being" is an "ideal" or "regulative meaning" (BN 61), even a "social demand" or "obligation" (BN 59). However, there is inevitable "failure" to be in the deep sense, because of the ontological structure of being-for-itself. The néant, or difference, splitting the being of consciousness from itself creates an inevitable excess or remainder on the "outside" of identity. A person is his or her actions, but not wholly so: "The self therefore represents an ideal distance within the immanence of the subject in relation to himself, a way of not being his own coincidence, of escaping identity while positing it as unity—in short, of being in a perpetually unstable equilibrium between identity as absolute cohesion without a trace of diversity, and unity as a synthesis of multiplicity" (BN 77).
To his credit, Marcel keeps pushing and questioning his own analyses until the reader soon senses a dramatic change of tone in the Metaphysical Journal. In an entry of May 1, 1920, he acknowledges his "evolution in the direction of realism," but also admits that he "cannot see where it is heading" (MJ 238). What moved him in his "realistic" direction was his probing of "participant experience'' over against the sense of the ''general conditions of intelligibility" which formerly, for him, defined intelligibility.
Advance Along the Road Opened Up By the October Socialist Revolution. in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution by Piao, Lin