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This book taught me a great deal about myself and how the feminist movement has informed my interactions in ways I hadn t analyzed before Overall, its incredibly readable Irigaray has a lucid writing style and usually explains the context in which she is writing with calculated accuracy. Read this and reviews of other classics in Western Philosophy on the History page of www.BestPhilosophyBooks.org a thinkPhilosophy Production According to Luce Irigaray in An Ethics of Sexual Difference, each age has a philosophical question to work out, and sexual difference is the question for our age, the first difference on which other kinds of differences such as race ethnicity and class are modeled, according to Irigaray Irigaray examines the way that sexual difference is treat Read this and reviews of other classics in Western Philosophy on the History page of www.BestPhilosophyBooks.org a thinkPhilosophy Production According to Luce Irigaray in An Ethics of Sexual Difference, each age has a philosophical question to work out, and sexual difference is the question for our age, the first difference on which other kinds of differences such as race ethnicity and class are modeled, according to Irigaray Irigaray examines the way that sexual difference is treated in the history of western philosophy, science, and psychoanalysis, arguing that any true difference has been obliterated and replaced with a false sexual difference, one according to which the concept of woman is simply the opposite, negation of the concept of man What is unique about Irigaray s argument is that she is not making a political, economic, or social science argument, but a metaphysical one in order to truly lay down the foundations for thinking difference and for feminism , we must go back to ancient conceptions of space and time that are at root of the falsification of sexual difference It is not a very intuitive argument, but Irigaray makes a rather good case for this approach An Ethics of Sexual Difference is a collection of essays, each of which take up a new thinking from ancient to modern times, and it is written in a style that is quite unique to Irigaray Influenced by psychoanalysis, Irigaray gives us a diagnostic reading of the western tradition she does not give us arguments in a traditional, linear fashion but, as many of this generation of thinkers, experiments with language and with the written form, pushing language to say what it has been forbidden Like Helene Cixous and Julia Kristeva with whom she was associated early on as three French Feminists though none are native French women , and like Deleuze and Derrida, reading Irigaray is an encounter at the margins of meaning Irigaray s Ethics is a fascinating and quite compelling work, and one of the most original works not only in feminism, but in contemporary philosophy Read this and reviews of other classics in Western Philosophy on the History page of www.BestPhilosophyBooks.org a thinkPhilosophy Production My gender theory hero thought provoking if sometimes frustrating to read ideas and theories Her work is the theoretical foundation for all my research. The language is a little thick, in the academic obscurant tradition of Wittgenstein Merleau Ponty, but there s a lot here to considerthan enough to overwhelm the few hours I was able to give it I accept as a first principle the Kantian notion that differences between men and women, while important, are morally insignificant Still, Irigaray brings compelling images to the discussion. if only luce left the second wave what a shame. 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