The Symbolic Independence From Power
Keywords:Arendt, Feminism, Freud, Lonzi, Politics, Power, Saint Paul, Shakespeare
AbstractMuraro's article begins from the philosophical question of the ‘unthought', and asks how our very image of thought is transformed when the thinking subject is a woman, and her thought is specifically linked to the experience of a body. On the basis of a feminist interrogation of sexual difference which reveals the forms of violence inherent in certain claims to universality, Muraro tries to develop a thinking of politics which would rest on its symbolic distance or independence from power. Through readings of Freud, Macbeth, Saint Paul and women's narratives, Muraro investigates the dangers borne by the fusion of power and politics and explores the ways in which they could be disjoined.
How to Cite
Muraro, L. (2009). The Symbolic Independence From Power. Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 5(1), 57–67. Retrieved from https://cosmosandhistory.org/index.php/journal/article/view/126