5 edition of ethics of sexual difference found in the catalog.
ethics of sexual difference
|Statement||Luce Irigaray ; translated from the French by Carolyn Burke and Gillian C. Gill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 179 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||179|
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According to Luce Irigaray in An Ethics of Sexual Difference, each age has a philosophical question to work out, and sexual difference is the question for our age, the first difference on which other kinds of differences (such as race/ethnicity and class) are modeled, according to Irigaray.
Irigaray examines the way that sexual difference is/5. Luce Irigaray offers the strongest feminist reading in the history of philosophy that I know' Judith Butler Luce Irigaray () is the foremost thinker on sexual difference of our times. She trained as an analyst with the Lacanian Freudian School of Paris and is a prolific and influential author, whose work ranges over philosophy, psychoanalysis, linguistics and social critique.
Published in French inAn Ethics of Sexual Difference is now available in English in a superb translation by Carolyn Burke and Gillian C. Gill. Readers interested in feminist theory, ethics of sexual difference book theory, and philosophy―indeed anyone deeply concerned with gender relations―will be challenged by the brilliance and boldness of Irigaray's Cited by: ‘Sexual Difference as a Question of Ethics: Alterities of the Flesh in Irigaray and Merleau-Ponty’.
In Bodies of Resistance: New Phenomenologies of Politics, Agency, and Culture, edited by Laura, Cited by: Dive deep into Luce Irigaray's An Ethics of Sexual Difference with extended analysis, commentary, and discussion Interval,” is a reading of book 4.
Ethics of Sexual Difference Sexual difference: as the book’s verso reads, this work attends to the experience of eros in a plurality of modes “between fetus and mother, between heterosexual lovers, between women, between women and their own bodies”, this happens in an expanding matrix of relationships that span sex, gender, friendship /5.
Published in French inAn Ethics of Sexual Difference is now available in English in a superb translation by Carolyn Burke and Gillian C. Gill. Readers interested in feminist theory, literary theory, and philosophy--indeed anyone deeply concerned with gender relations--will be challenged by the brilliance and boldness of Irigaray's analyses.
Published in French inAn Ethics of Sexual Difference is now available in English in a superb translation by Carolyn Burke and Gillian C. Gill. Readers interested in feminist theory, literary theory, and philosophy?indeed anyone deeply concerned with gender relations?will be challenged by the brilliance and boldness of Irigaray's analyses.
Sexual difference --Sorcerer love: a reading of Plato, Symposium, "Diotima's speech" --Place, interval: a reading of Aristotle, Physics IV --Love of Self --Wonder: a reading of Descartes, The passions of the soul --The envelope: a reading of Spinoza, Ethics, "Of God" --Love of same, love of other --An ethics of sexual difference --Love of.
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However, the analysis of sexual ethics appears forthright and objectively handled, although instead of pro or con arguments we are given the various theories’ treatment of sexual ethics.
Relevance/Longevity rating: 5 I don't think there will be an issue of this book going out of date. The examples/issues remain relevant.
The theories are /5(4). Sexual difference - sorcerer love: a reading of Plato, "Symposium", "Diotima's Speech"; place, interval: a reading of Aristotle; "Physics IV"/ Love of self - wonder: a reading of Descartes, "The Passions of the Soul"; The Envelope: a reading of Spinoza, "Ethics", "Of God"/ love of same, love of other; an ethics of sexual difference/ love of the other - the invisible of the flesh: a reading of /5().
Irigaray approaches the question of sexual difference by looking at the ways in which thought and language—whether in philosophy, science, or psychoanalysis—are gendered.
Sexual Desire: A Philosophical Investigation, published as Sexual Desire: A Moral Philosophy of the Erotic in the United States, is a book about the philosophy of sex by the philosopher Roger Scruton, in which the author discusses sexual desire and erotic love, arguing against the idea that the former expresses the animal part of human nature while the latter is an Author: Roger Scruton.
Consent marks the difference between slavery and employment, permissible sexual relations and rape, borrowing or selling and theft, medical treatment and battery, participation in research and being a human guinea pig. This book assembles the contributions of a distinguished group of scholars concerning the ethics of consent in theory and practice.
This book draws Soren Kierkegaard and Luce Irigaray into conversation on the nature and ethics of sexual difference. While these two initially seem like doubtful dialogue partners, the conversation between them yields a rich and compelling account of intersubjectivity between man and woman--an account that moves beyond the limited and tired debate over egalitarianism.
Creation and Covenant analyzes latent but under-examined beliefs about sexual difference in the theology about marriage which has been dominant for centuries in the Christian west. The book opens by studying patristic theologies of marriage, which rested on mostly implicit and often incompatible beliefs about sexual difference.
Explain how sexual identification and orientation are protected by law Discuss the ethical issues raised in the workplace by differences in sexual identification and orientation As society expands its understanding and appreciation of sexual orientation and identity, companies and managers must adopt a more inclusive perspective that keeps pace Author: OpenStax.
The ethics of sexual behavior, as a branch of applied ethics, is no more and no less contentious than the ethics of anything else that is usually included within the area of applied ethics. Think, for example, of the notorious debates over euthanasia, capital punishment, abortion, and our treatment of lower animals for food, clothing.
To put it simply, ethics represents the moral code that guides a person’s choices and behaviors throughout their life.
The idea of a moral code extends beyond the individual to include what is. In Chapter 1, I traced how Irigaray turns away from her early project of redefining and revaluing the symbolically female. I suggested that we can see, in An Ethics of Sexual Difference in particular, that Irigaray comes to believe that this earlier project presupposes a conceptual hierarchy which privileges (tacitly male) culture over (tacitly female) matter and nature, a Author: Alison Stone.
Communication Ethics Literacy: Dialogue and Difference takes Chesebro's prediction into book form, counting this historical moment as an opportunity to enhance communicative life for each of us.
The narrow ridge before us requires a communication ethic that matters and a communication ethic wary of “the” answer. Start studying Ethical Theories and Sexual Morality. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Books shelved as sexual-ethics: Sexuality and the Sacred by James B.
Nelson, Embodiment: An Approach to Sexuality and Christian Theology by James B. Nels. on the basis of sexual orientation is also prohibited. Harassment on the basis of sex is a violation of Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act ofas amended.
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines sexual harassment as “unwel-come” sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or phys. Luce Irigaray offers the strongest feminist reading in the history of philosophy that I know' Judith Butler Luce Irigaray () is the foremost thinker on sexual difference of our times.
She trained as an analyst with the Lacanian Freudian School of Paris and is a prolific and influential author, whose work ranges over philosophy, psychoanalysis, linguistics and social. She intervenes into debates about sexual difference, ethics, philosophies of the body and theories of self in order to develop a new ethics which places sexual difference at the very center of meaning.
Diprose analyzes attempts in both feminist and non-feminist ethics to recognize the role of sexual the book: $ used (90% off) $. Book Description. Drawing on the author’s clinical work with gender-variant patients, Transgender Psychoanalysis: A Lacanian Perspective on Sexual Difference argues for a depathologizing of the transgender experience, while offering an original analysis of sexual are living in a "trans" moment that has become the next civil rights frontier.
Mary Rawlinson's book is more philosophically ambitious than much of what is published in bioethics these days. A respected Irigaray scholar, Rawlinson brings this expertise in theories of sexual difference to bear on debates in bioethics, especially in regards to food ethics, to generate what she calls an "ethics of life.".
An Ethics of Sexual Difference 作者: Luce Irigaray 出版社: Cornell University Press 译者: Carolyn Burke 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data Banner, Michael C.
Christian ethics and contemporary moral problems / Michael Banner. Includes bibliogaphical references and index. isbn 0 0 (hardback). –isbn (paperback) 1. “Ethics of Sex is a remarkable book. It is biblically faithful, theologically sound, and above all, Christ-centered. It is biblically faithful, theologically sound, and above all, Christ-centered.
While the authors responsibly draw from fields such as science and psychology, they constantly return to the cross, emphasizing themes such as.
The Mismeasure of Desire: The Science, Theory, and Ethics of Sexual Orientation is a book by the philosopher Edward Stein, in which the author critically evaluates scientific research on sexual orientation, discusses "social constructionist" and "essentialist" views of the subject and related ethical issues, and responds to criticism of social her: Oxford University Press.
Learning Objectives. By the end of this section, you will be able to: Explain how sexual identification and orientation are protected by law; Discuss the ethical issues raised in the workplace by differences in sexual identification and orientation.
The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir () Introduction Woman as Other. FOR a long time I have hesitated to write a book on woman. The subject is irritating, especially to women; and it is not new. Enough ink has been spilled in quarrelling.
A few years ago, I was teaching a two-day program about ethics in India for entrepreneurs and business faculty who taught entrepreneurship. It was a program that I had spent years honing, building.
An Ethics of Sexual Difference. Luce Irigaray - - Cornell University Press. An Examination of Irigaray's Commitment to Transcendental Phenomenology in The Forgetting of.
Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer as the lovers in Call Me by Your Name. In September, James Woods, the actor and prolific Twitter bigot, retweeted a post that read “24 Author: Jeffrey Bloomer.
more hospitable to difference. Given the depth and breadth of her critical project, it is not surprising that Irigaray views the work of transforming androcentric culture as unfinished. The task of refashioning our culture is formidable.
“A revolution in thought and ethics is needed if the work of sexual difference is to take place. I finally read Dr. Kecia Ali's book Sexual Ethics & Islam: Feminist Reflections on Qur'an, Hadith and Jurisprudence. Although this book has long been on my to-read list, the suicide of Tyler Clementi moved it up to the top.
The chapter on homosexuality accurately pointed out that Muslims invented "Don't ask, don't tell" long before the U.S. military. Of course, this .