By Ann Ferguson, Mechthild Nagel
Iris Marion younger was once a world-renowned feminist ethical and political thinker whose many books and articles spanned greater than 3 a long time. She explored problems with social justice and oppression concept, the phenomenology of women's our bodies, deliberative democracy and questions of terrorism, violence, overseas legislations and the position of the nationwide safety country. Her works were of serious curiosity to these either within the analytic and Continental philosophical culture, and her roots diversity from severe conception (Habermas and Marcuse), and phenomenology (Beauvoir and Merleau Ponty) to poststructural psychoanalytic feminism (Kristeva and Ingaray). This anthology of writings goals to hold at the fruitful traces of proposal she created and comprises works via either famous and more youthful authors who discover and interact significantly with facets of her paintings. The essays contain own remembrances in addition to a final interview with younger approximately her paintings. The essays are prepared into subject parts which are of curiosity to scholars in complex undergraduate and graduate classes in ethics, feminist concept, and political philosophy.
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Your spirit is with us. But you who wrote “Throwing like a girl,” know the importance of being embodied. Perhaps your spirit can live on in our bodies, in our political practice. But is that enough? We can try a thought experiment. Philosophers like to talk about other possible worlds. Quantum physics suggests the possibility of parallel universes. Is there a parallel universe where you are still alive? Perhaps in such a parallel universe, the United States Congress did not vote to abolish habeas corpus and sanction torture.
But it was not to be. I had heard that you had cancer but that it was now in remission. Then, very recently, I heard that the cancer had come back. In July, during a short stopover in New York between conferences, I made a long list of things to do when I returned from a conference I would soon attend in Mexico. ” But on the very day that I returned from that conference, I received an e-mail which announced your death. I was devastated. I called David who told me that the cancer had spread so far that you had decided to stop medical treatment, that you had left the hospital and gone home.
The ‘ﬂuid’ being of breasts is more apparent. They change their shape with body position. Many women’s breasts are much more like a ﬂuid than a solid; in movement, they sway, jiggle, bounce, ripple even when the movement is small” (1990b, p. 195). Young identiﬁes the fetishized breast with a “metaphysics of solids,” of self-identical objects, a patriarchal metaphysics that privileges sight over touch and that prepares the way for the domination of nature, conceived as an object sphere that one can act upon, and, of course, the domination of women.