Cztery tezy na temat feminizmu po człowieku

Avant, wol. X, nr 3/2019, doi: 10.26913/avant.2020.03.03
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Rosi Braidotti

Przełożyła Aleksandra Derra

Publikacja Online First: 31 grudnia 2019   Pełny tekst

W artykule poniższym przyjmuję stanowisko afirmatywne i przedstawiam kartografię punktów przecięcia między feminizmem a znajdującym się w trudnym położeniu humanizmem po człowieku, przekonując do czterech tez. Po pierwsze do tego, że feminizm nie jest humanizmem; po drugie, że Anthropos nie zajmuje już centralnego miejsca, podobnie jak bios, a w rezultacie, że po trzecie, pozaludzkie życie zoe stało się w tej chwili zasadą rządzącą. Wreszcie, co niemniej ważne, zastanawiam się, jak opisywane zmiany perspektyw wpływają na teorie i praktyki feministyczne, przekonując do czwartej tezy, że seksualność jest siłą ponad płcią, poza płcią i [następującą] po płci.

Słowa kluczowe: feminizm; postfeminizm, płeć; seksualność; humanizm; posthumanizm; antropocentryzm; postantropocentryzm; bios; zoe


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