Paul and the Genealogy of Gender

@article{Boyarin1993PaulAT,
  title={Paul and the Genealogy of Gender},
  author={Daniel Boyarin},
  journal={Representations},
  year={1993},
  volume={41},
  pages={1-33}
}
Although Beauvoir is often understood to be calling for the right of women, in effect, to become existential subjects and, hence, for inclusion within the terms of an abstract universality, her position also implies a fundamental critique of the very disembodiment of the abstract masculine epistemological subject. That subject is abstract to the extent that it disavows its socially marked embodiment and, further, projects that disavowed and disparaged embodiment on to the feminine sphere… Expand
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