Anarchafeminism

 
 
Bloomsbury Academic (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 18. November 2021
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  • 360 Seiten
 
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How can we be sure the oppressed do not become oppressors in their turn? How can we create a feminism that doesn't turn into yet another tool for oppression? It has become commonplace to argue that, in order to fight the subjugation of women, we have to unpack the ways different forms of oppression intersect with one another: class, race, gender, sexuality, disability, and ecology, to name only a few. By arguing that there is no single factor, or arche, explaining the oppression of women, Chiara Bottici proposes a radical anarchafeminist philosophy inspired by two major claims: that there is something specific to the oppression of women, and that, in order to fight that, we need to untangle all other forms of oppression and the anthropocentrism they inhabit. Anarchism needs feminism to address the continued subordination of all femina, but feminism needs anarchism if it does not want to become the privilege of a few. Anarchafeminism calls for a decolonial and deimperial position and for a renewed awareness of the somatic communism connecting all different life forms on the planet. In this new revolutionary vision, feminism does not mean the liberation of the lucky few, but liberation for all living creatures from both capitalist exploitation and an androcentric politics of domination. Either all or none of us will be free.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
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978-1-350-09588-5 (9781350095885)

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Chiara Bottici is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Co-Director of the Gender and Sexualities Studies Institute at The New School in New York, USA.
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Acknowledgements

Introduction: Feminism As Critique

Part I: Bodies In Plural And Their Oppression
1. Intersectional Struggles, Interlocking Oppressions
2. Anarchism Beyond Eurocentrism And Beyond Sexism
3. Within And Against Feminism: Queer Encounters
Intermezzo: Stabat Mater

Part II: The Philosophy Of Transindividuality
4. From Individuality To Transindividuality
5. The Philosophy Of Transindividuality As Transindividual Philosophy
6. Women In Process, Women As Processes
Intermezzo: Itinerarium In Semen

Part II: The Globe First
7. The Coloniality Of Gender: For A Decolonial And Deimperial Feminism
8. Somatic Communism And The Capitalist Mode Of (Re)Production
9. The Environment Is Us: Ecofeminism As Queer Ecology

Coda: An Ongoing Manifesto

Bibliography
Index

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