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Sacrificial Logics

Feminist Theory and the Critique of Identity


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Sacrificial Logics by Allison Weir
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Sacrificial Logics proposes a concept of identity which depends on accepting difference. Through readings of Nancy Chodorow, Judith Rose and Julia Kristeva the book analyzes the relation of theories of self-identity to theories of women's identity, social identity and feminist solidarity. Drawing particularly on the work of Julia Kristeva,the book argues for a reformulation of self-identity as a capacity to participate in a social world, and sketches a model of a self-identity which depends on a capacity to accept nonidentity, difference and connections to others.
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February 1st, 1996
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United Kingdom
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