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Masculin F Minin Ii

Author: Françoise Héritier
Publisher: Odile Jacob
ISBN: 2738185355
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Ce livre, qui fait suite à La Pensée de la différence, pose deux questions : Pourquoi la hiérarchie s'est-elle greffée sur la simple différence des sexes ? Est-il envisageable de la dissoudre ? À cette double question, Françoise Héritier répond en termes anthropologiques aussi bien que politiques. Comment les hommes se sont-ils assuré le contrôle de la fécondité des femmes, ce pouvoir exorbitant d'enfanter du différent, des fils, aussi bien que de l'identique, des filles ? Comment les hommes ont-ils exploité le corps des femmes dans la prostitution et l'entretien domestique ? Comment, en retour, les femmes n'ont-elles pu commencer à se libérer que du jour où et seulement là où les moyens de contraception leur ont permis de reprendre le contrôle de leur fécondité ? Françoise Héritier examine la possibilité de changements, certains illusoires, d'autres bien réels, et cerne les obstacles qui leur font toujours implicitement barrage. Et pourtant, ces changements ne sont-ils pas la promesse d'une société où la différence et l'asymétrie seraient le fondement non d'une hiérarchie mais d'une véritable harmonie ?Françoise Héritier est professeur honoraire au Collège de France. Elle a publié Les Deux Sœurs et leur mère et Masculin/Féminin I. La pensée de la différence aux Éditions Odile Jacob.

Masculin F Minin Ii

Author: Françoise Héritier
Publisher: Editions Odile Jacob
ISBN: 9782738128355
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Ce livre qui fait suite à Masculin/féminin I, La pensée de la différence, pose deux questions : pourquoi la hiérarchie s'est-elle greffée sur la simple différence des sexes ? Est-il envisageable de la dissoudre ? A cette double question, Françoise Héritier répond en termes anthropologiques aussi bien que politiques. Comment les hommes se sont-ils assuré le contrôle de la fécondité des femmes, ce pouvoir exorbitant d'enfanter du différent, des fils, aussi bien que de l'identique, des filles ? Comment les hommes ont-ils exploité le corps des femmes dans la prostitution et l'entretien domestique ? Comment, en retour, les femmes n'ont-elles pu commencer à se libérer que du jour où, et seulement là, les moyens de contraception leur ont permis de reprendre le contrôle de leur fécondité ? Françoise Héritier examine la possibilité de changements, certains illusoires, d'autres bien réels, et cerne les obstacles qui leur font toujours implicitement barrage. Et pourtant, ces changements ne sont-ils pas la promesse d'une société où la différence et l'asymétrie seraient le fondement, non d'une hiérarchie, mais d'une véritable harmonie ? Françoise Héritier est professeur honoraire au Collège de France. Elle a publié Les Deux Soeurs et leur Mère et Masculin/féminin I, aux Editions Odile Jacob.

The Sweetness Of Life

Author: Françoise Héritier
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 184614700X
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"There is a form of lightness and grace in the simple fact of existence, regardless of occupation, of strong feelings, or of political commitments of any sort - and that is the only thing I have wanted to write about. About that little extra thing that is granted to all of us, a lust for life." So begins Francoise Heritier, in her exploration of the things in life worth living for, the moments and events that give life flavour. An eminent anthropologist, now in her eighties, she draws on her own memories and the wisdom gained in a lifetime of exploration, to show how life is richer and more interesting than we often remember.

Exploring Transsexualism

Author: Colette Chiland
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 9781855753327
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"This text helps in looking at this difficult, even taboo, issue from various angles. It acknowledges the complexity of the subject and warns the readers against judgements being made without knowing the full story behind the individual. This challenging text is recommended reading for all concerned with, and interested in, psychotherapeutic treatment of transsexualism." --Cover.

Two Sisters And Their Mother

Author: Françoise Héritier
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ISBN: 9780942299335
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In this stunning work, anthropologist Francoise Heritier charts the incest prohibition throughout history, from the strict decrees of Leviticus to modern civil codes, and finds a secondary type of incest, which she calls the incest of two sisters.

Spirit Faith And Church

Author: Laurence Lux-Sterritt
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443834890
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Contradictions are legion when it comes to women and spirituality. In Christian cultures, the worth of the female sex is highly ambivalent, since virginity and motherhood are construed respectively as badges of purity and fruitfulness, whilst the biological processes which underlie them are considered taboo or impure. Throughout history, women are in turn represented as inferior, defective creatures or as privileged ‘empty vessels’ in their relationship with the divine. This polarized conception of woman has influenced the way in which religious institutions, learned writers, or indeed women themselves consider the female personal and collective relationship with the supernatural, with the divine, and with the institutions which represent it. Through eleven original essays, this volume questions how women from the English-speaking world have negotiated their roles in the spiritual and religious spheres. From early-modern Catholics and Puritan groups to twenty-first century nuns, Anglican ministers and Mormons, how did women define their roles in male-dominated institutions? How did they react to the public perceptions of their bodies as either incompatible with or facilitating access to the divine? The questions at the core of this book hinge upon the articulation between the female self (body and soul) and its experience of the preternatural, of faith, and of institutionalized groups. Are there specific forms of female spirituality and do they lead to a feminized/feminist conception of God?

The Descent Of Human Sex Ratio At Birth

Author: Éric Brian
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402060366
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This is an attempt to renew our links with the oldest traditions of scholarly thinking, but is also a well-tempered reflection on today’s work in objectivization. After a deconstruction of the past and present conditions of scientific understanding of human sex-ratio at birth, the authors propose a reconstruction of the dynamics of the phenomenon based on stochastics. Appendices provide information on the first expression of sex ratio trends, as well as a comparison of Darwin’s treatments of the subject.

Giving Life Giving Death

Author: Lucien Scubla
Publisher: MSU Press
ISBN: 1628952679
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Although women alone have the ability to bring children into the world, modern Western thought tends to discount this female prerogative. In Giving Life, Giving Death, Lucien Scubla argues that structural anthropology sees women as objects of exchange that facilitate alliance-building rather than as vectors of continuity between generations. Examining the work of Lévi-Strauss, Freud, and Girard, as well as ethnographic and clinical data, Giving Life, Giving Death seeks to explain why, in constructing their master theories, our greatest thinkers have consistently marginalized the cultural and biological fact of maternity. In the spirit of Freud’s Totem and Taboo, Scubla constructs an anthropology that posits a common source for family and religion. His wide-ranging study explores how rituals unite violence and the sacred and intertwine the giving of death and the giving of life.

French Women Philosophers

Author: Christina Howells
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415261401
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This reader is the first of its kind to present the work of leading French women philosophers to an English-speaking audience. Many of the articles appear for the first time in English and have been specially translated for the collection. Christina Howells draws on major areas of philosophical and theoretical debate including Ethics, Psychoanalysis, Law, Politics, History, Science and Rationality. Each section and article is clearly introduced and situated in its intellectual context. The book is necessarily feminist in inspiration but draws on an unusually wide range of thinkers, chosen to represent the philosophy of women rather than feminist philosophy. It will be ideal for anyone coming to this area for the first time as well as those seeking to extend their understanding of French thought and Continental Philosophy. Articles by the following writers are included: Francoise Collin, Sylviane Agacinski, Catherine Chalier, Luce Irigaray, Francoise Proust, Francoise Dastur, Barbara Cassin, Natalie Depraz, Elisabeth de Fontenay, Elisabeth Badinter, Francoise Heritier, Helene Cixous, Monique Schneider, Julia Kristeva, Sarah Kofman, Monique David Menard, Francoise d'Eaubonne, Genevieve Fraisse, Michele Le Doeuff, Natalie Charraud, Francoise Balibar, Anne Fagot-Largeault, Colette Guillaumin, Dominique Schnapper, Myriam Revault-D'Allonnes, Nicole Loraux, Mireille Delmas-Marty, Blandine Kriegel.