Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology

In this article I tried to investigate, from the feminist epistemology, the considerations of modern Western scientific discourse about the "biological sex". From an analysis that exchange the thoughts of the Americans Donna Haraway and Anne Fausto-Sterling with Lucia Ciccia. The intention...

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Autor principal: Domínguez, Bárbara Yanina
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Publicado: Facultad de Humanidades y Artes. UNR 2019
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spelling I15-R214-article-1162020-04-06T19:22:46Z Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology Discusiones feministas: ¿Qué pasa con el sexo? Reflexiones desde la epistemología feminista Domínguez, Bárbara Yanina Filosofía Epistemología Feminista Sexo Biológico Feminist epistemology- Sex- Biology In this article I tried to investigate, from the feminist epistemology, the considerations of modern Western scientific discourse about the "biological sex". From an analysis that exchange the thoughts of the Americans Donna Haraway and Anne Fausto-Sterling with Lucia Ciccia. The intention will be, on the one hand, to put into dialogue knowledge and struggles that challenge us as feminists from different places (real and symbolic), and, on the other hand, to show the radical potentiality of feminist epistemology to achieve this type of exchanges and rethink discursive and political strategies always local and specific, but at the same time, shared in common as global.If, in "name of science" has been repeatedly sought to normalize and discipline bodies under labels that respond to political, social and economic probabilities and contexts; perhaps, feminism allows us to hope that a world that shelters us all is possible. En este artículo pretendo indagar a partir de la llamada epistemología feminista las consideraciones del discurso científico occidental moderno al respecto del “sexo biológico”.Desde un análisis que cruza los pensamiento de las norteamericanas Donna Haraway y Anne Fausto-Sterling con la Argentina Lucia Ciccia la intención será, por un lado, poner en diálogo saberes y luchas que nos interpelan en tanto feministas desde diferentes lugares (reales y simbólicos), y, por otro, mostrar la potencialidad radical de la epistemología feminista para lograr este tipo de intercambios y replantear estrategias discursivas y políticas siempre locales y especificas, pero a la vez, solidariamente compartidas en tanto globales.Si, en “nombre de la ciencia” se ha buscado reiteradamente normalizar y disciplinar los cuerpos bajo etiquetas que responden a probabilidades y contextos políticos, sociales y económicos; quizás, el feminismo nos permita tener esperanzas de que un mundo que nos cobije a todes es posible. Facultad de Humanidades y Artes. UNR 2019-12-16 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion application/pdf text/html https://zonafranca.unr.edu.ar/index.php/ZonaFranca/article/view/116 10.35305/zf.v0i27.116 Zona Franca; No. 27 (2019); 103-122 Zona Franca; Núm. 27 (2019); 103-122 Zona Franca; Núm. 27 (2019); 103-122 2545-6504 0329-8019 spa https://zonafranca.unr.edu.ar/index.php/ZonaFranca/article/view/116/97 https://zonafranca.unr.edu.ar/index.php/ZonaFranca/article/view/116/98 Derechos de autor 2019 Bárbara Yanina Domínguez
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topic Filosofía
Epistemología Feminista
Sexo Biológico
Feminist epistemology- Sex- Biology
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Epistemología Feminista
Sexo Biológico
Feminist epistemology- Sex- Biology
Domínguez, Bárbara Yanina
Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology
topic_facet Filosofía
Epistemología Feminista
Sexo Biológico
Feminist epistemology- Sex- Biology
author Domínguez, Bárbara Yanina
author_facet Domínguez, Bárbara Yanina
author_sort Domínguez, Bárbara Yanina
title Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology
title_short Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology
title_full Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology
title_fullStr Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology
title_full_unstemmed Feminist discussions: What about sex? Reflections from the feminist epistemology
title_sort feminist discussions: what about sex? reflections from the feminist epistemology
description In this article I tried to investigate, from the feminist epistemology, the considerations of modern Western scientific discourse about the "biological sex". From an analysis that exchange the thoughts of the Americans Donna Haraway and Anne Fausto-Sterling with Lucia Ciccia. The intention will be, on the one hand, to put into dialogue knowledge and struggles that challenge us as feminists from different places (real and symbolic), and, on the other hand, to show the radical potentiality of feminist epistemology to achieve this type of exchanges and rethink discursive and political strategies always local and specific, but at the same time, shared in common as global.If, in "name of science" has been repeatedly sought to normalize and discipline bodies under labels that respond to political, social and economic probabilities and contexts; perhaps, feminism allows us to hope that a world that shelters us all is possible.
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