Speculum of the Other Woman Luce Irigaray
I've also been reading Luce Irigaray lately — I started with her book Speculum of the Other Woman which describes the ways in which Freud's expectations of the feminine sex are based on his expectations of the masculine. She was inspired by the psychoanalytic theories of Jaques Lacan and the deconstruction of Jaques Derrida. Though intended as a compliment, it's still an act of violence against the defenceless picture of a woman. Like Speculum of the Other Woman ? 5) Luce Irigaray, "The Dialogues" and "Plato's Hysteria" in Speculum: of the Other Woman. 36 - Luce Irigaray – feminist and cultural theorist; Speculum of the Other Woman, This Sex Which Is Not One. In 1974, a Belgian feminist named Luce Irigaray published a volume called Speculum Of The Other Woman. Is rendered essential, essentialist.  Luce Irigaray, Speculum of the Other woman (Speculum de l'autre femme, 1974), Cornell University Press 1985. Speculum of the Other Woman By Luce Irigaray, Gillian C. Join aNobii to see if your friends read it, and discover similar books! The tome provoked the wrath of followers of Jacques Lacan, from whose camp Irigaray departed with this work. 37 - Guy Debord - Society of the Spectacle; Situationist filmmaker. Reading: Irigaray, 'The Little Girl Is (Only) a Little Boy', from Speculum of the Other Woman; 'This Sex Which Is not One', from This Sex Which Is not One. Luce Iragary: Her best known works: Speculum of the Other Woman (1974) and This Sex is Not One (1977). (In Speculum, Irigaray shows us how the Western intellectual tradition depends on setting woman up as man's other, as his reflection, such that she confirms his subjectivity while being deprived of her own.).