Matter-Nature-Bodies (Material Feminisms)

The feminist effort is always a gravity that brings the object back to in itself. Always the meaning that accounts for transcendence as a non- religious posture, which is to say, as merely real, essential ideological subjects. 

Edited by Stacy Alaimo and Susan Hekman and published in 2008, Material Feminisms reads something like a group manifesto. Contributors include Alaimo and Heckman, along with Karen Barad, Claire Colebrook, Elisabeth Grosz, Donna Haraway, and others. With philosophical roots in phenomenology and post-phenomenology, the project is to return feminist theory “back” to the thing itself, […]

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