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This article indicates a reflective paradigm generally ignored in feminist research regarding the sex/gender debate, as presented in the work of Judith Butler (Gender Trouble). First, I address the fact that Butler's philosophy is inscribed in the hermeneutical tradition of suspicion. Second, I put into relief the implicitly Platonic concept of mimesis, which is central to the anticipated subversion of gender, but uncriticized by Butler and others who follow her line of thought. Third, sincedoi:10.5195/errs.2013.170 fatcat:vbhl56iwtvcudh3vk5b47imloa