Against Embodiment: Subjectivity Viewed from a Materialist Perspective

Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists 2 (1-2):133–151 (2023)
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Abstract

Just as in philosophy, truth—pure, immaterial “meaning” or simply value—takes a life of its own, even when purported to be materialist. The equation, M-C-M, can be transposed in P (Phallus) and C (femininity as commodity) amounting to P-C-P, and the argument is made by resorting to Marx and Irigaray via Laruelle.

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Katerina Kolozova
Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities

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