Eingeweide, Pillen, Feminismus

Elizabeth A. Wilson

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Edition Patrick Frey
Elizabeth A. Wilson challenges feminists to reconsider their dismissive attitude towards biological and pharmaceutical data. She asks what new conceptual and methodological territory feminist theory can open up by becoming less instinctively dismissive of biology. Wilson takes on research on antidepressants, placebos, transference, fantasy, eating disorders and suicidal tendencies to make two points: the extent to which pharmaceutical and biological data can benefit feminist theory, and the indispensable place of aggression in feminist politics. Eingeweide, Pillen, Feminismus provokes feminist theorising with the claim that it would be more effective if it could engage with biological data and allow for its own aggressive potential.

Year
2021
Length
452
Cover
Softback with French Flaps
Binding
Perfect