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XY has ratings and 8 reviews. Петър said: В науките за мъжа се води истинска полемика, предизвикана от различните феминистични течения.С това. Xy: On Masculine Identity. Elisabeth Badinter. Columbia University Press () L’homme En Quête de Lui-Même. À Propos du Livre d’Elisabeth Badinter: XY. Élisabeth Badinter is a French philosopher, author and historian. She is best known for her femme?, foreword by Élisabeth Badinter, ; Condorcet, Prudhomme, Guyomar: Paroles d’hommes (–), Élisabeth Badinter, ; XY.
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View all 3 comments. I was very impressed by ‘L’amour en plus’, also xt E. So I thought, although the style is quite scholastic, there is something to learn.
Not so in this book. At least Sartre was giving intellectual farts as his own.
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Here, Badinter takes a scientist approach and it using and abusing the few historic texts to prop up her own ideas. If for L’amour en plus there is one missing century in her bibliography and she uses literature to back her ideas, here Greek antiquity is a loose group of pe I was very impressed by ‘L’amour en plus’, also by E.
If for L’amour en plus there is one missing century in her bibliography and she uses literature to back zy ideas, here Greek antiquity is a loose group of people sharing a common something, yet having more differences than not.
The era is loosely defined. Both for Badinter and the reader it is not clear if the texts were intended as social snapshots, ‘a friend told me’ kind of story, a moral ideal or a religious oppinion. And Badinter couldn’t care less. What I find disturbingly amusing is that Badinter, like any French scholastic, does not feel the need to get into the gay culture to have a strong oppinion. A vadinter pieces of text, translated and edited by unknown individuals and the louzy French translations of those texts are more than enough to produce not only a book, but also a cursus to teach others how to be idiots.
With a diploma, of course. In the end, the conclusion is the same as for other French intellectuals: Like many before her, she can use and abuse the genetics without much understanding.
And there is no conflict whatsoever in her mind that the Greeks quoted abundantly in the text were not even aware there is such a thing as the DNA. I must also add, that E. Badinter breaks with the French tradition and does xh well and with reference. Yet the editor is there to compensate.
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The second part starts with Chapter one like that is an entirely different book. Pas besoin de prouver que j’en suis une vraie tous les jours.
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Elisabeth Badinter is the acclaimed author of three seminal works on feminism— The Myth of MotherhoodWrong Turnand Masculine Identity —which have been translated into fifteen languages. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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