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Posts tagged ‘Luce Irigaray’

Generative grafting

Reproductive technology and the dilemmas of surrogacy
by / RP 183 (Jan/Feb 2014) / Commentary

In 2013, at the advanced age of 101, Howard W. Jones, a medical pioneer in reproductive technology, published Personhood Revisited: Reproductive Technology, Bioethics, Religion and the Law. Looking back at the development of what came to be called the ARTs (assisted reproductive technologies), Jones chronicles the initial controversies surrounding their emergence and his own participation …


Margaret Whitford, 1947–2011

by / RP 170 (Nov/Dec 2011) / Obituary

‘It is difficult to convey the desert which faced women philosophers in Britain in the early 1980s’, Margaret Whitford once remarked. It was a desert that Margaret’s own work was pivotal in modifying. At a time when feminism was flourishing outside the academy, philosophy seemed especially immune from its influence; both in terms …


Sexing the state

Familial and political form in Irigaray and Hegel
by / RP 113 (May/Jun 2002) / Article


Feminism against ‘the feminine’

by / RP 105 (Jan/Feb 2001) / Article

Whilst the distinction between French and Anglo-American feminism was always rather dubious (failing to be accurate, consistent or inclusive at the level of either national origin, language of choice or theoretical commitment; seeming to parcel feminist theory – or at least the feminist theory that mattered – out into two Western blocks from which the …


Irigaray anxiety

Luce Irigaray and her ethics for improper selves
by / RP 080 (Nov/Dec 1996) / Article


Nietzche reception today

by / RP 080 (Nov/Dec 1996) / Article


Historicism and Lacanian theory

by / RP 079 (Sep/Oct 1996) / Article


Virtual sexes and feminist futures

The philosophy of 'cyberfeminism'
by / RP 078 (Jul/Aug 1996) / Article


71 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , and / RP 071 (May/Jun 1995) / Reviews

Jon Elster and Rune Slagstad, eds., Constitutionalism and Democracy Anthony Bamett, Caroline Ellis and Paul Hirst, eds., Debating the Constitution Paul Hirst, Associative Democracy Tony Benn and Andrew Hood, Common Sense: A New Constitution for Britain David Archard

Judith Butler, Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of ‘Sex’ Carol Watts

Robert Gildea, The Past …


Feminism, Humanism and Postmodernism

by / RP 055 (Summer 1990) / Article


Luce Irigaray and the Female Imaginary

Speaking as a Woman
by / RP 043 (Summer 1986) / Article

Although Luce Irigaray’s name is beginning to be come more familiar in England, her work has not, for the most part, been translated, so that non-French- speaking readers have had to confine themselves to the odd bits and pieces – the translation of an interview in Ideology and Consciousness (1977), a few excerpts …