Temporality and 'sorge' in the ethical fashioning of the feminist self

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Abstract

Temporality and self/other relations are absoulutely basic structures in our social construction as beings, but feminism (and other projects that share some of the features to be singled out) is able to give us unique access to these structures, which are normally hidden or muted in everyday experience. It is able to do so by virtue of its action orientation towards social change, which gives a certain affective charge and urgency to these underlying structures of human experience and, in doing so, renders them more directly accessible.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWomen making time
Subtitle of host publicationcontemporary feminist critique and cultural analysis
Place of PublicationCrawley, WA
PublisherUniversity of Western Australia Press
Pages191-220
Number of pages30
ISBN (Print)1920694609
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Keywords

  • phenomenology
  • anthropology
  • ethics
  • identity politics

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