I thought the discussion about desire and will was very interesting. Nietzsche's sentiment of people desiring to will nothing than not will at all is used to show how "in both cases, the desire to desire is a willingness to desire precisely that which would foreclose desire, if only for the possibility of continuing to desire" (61). My question is, what is the purpose of this continuity of desire? If there is nothing we desire, why do we still want to desire? What does this interpretation say about us?

Furthermore, Butler had introduced the book with desire as the condition of everybody's identification. Particularly, the desire of subordination is what Butler believes is "required to persist as oneself" (9).

If this desire of subordination and this desire to desire is what creates us, what are we?