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Discours phallocentrique de l’Antiquité et restauration du genre humain chez Luce Irigaray

Abstract : The ancient city was ruled by the phallocentric discourse which excluded women from the city. This, seen as the source of human misfortunes, should then be devoted to domestic activities. As such, she would have to submit to the phallus. Luce Irigaray shows that such a status for women has spanned the centuries: stereotypes, stuck to women, appear in language. Irigaray then rejects such a painting of women. It is therefore urgent that we become aware of the existence and the effects of phallocentric discourse based on the difference between "nature" and "culture" with a firm desire to restore the status of mankind. This restoration will go through an original education.
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Submitted on : Saturday, July 2, 2022 - 12:03:07 AM
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Tadagbé Adelphe Adambadji. Discours phallocentrique de l’Antiquité et restauration du genre humain chez Luce Irigaray. 2022. ⟨hal-03690076⟩

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