Relativizing the Patriarchy: The Sacred History of the Feminist Spirituality Movement

  title={Relativizing the Patriarchy: The Sacred History of the Feminist Spirituality Movement},
  author={Cynthia Eller},
  journal={History of Religions},
  pages={279 - 295}
Le mouvement de spiritualite feministe est interessant par son syncretisme religieux et son orientation politique. Croyances et pratiques, individuelles ou collectives, doivent conduire au combat feministe contre l'ordre social patriarcal. L'A. etudie l'histoire de la spiritualite feministe en s'appuyant sur l'analyse du religieux chez M. Eliade comme moyen de faire face a l'histoire, et sa theodicee : liberation dans le temps historique 
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