The Phenomenology of Gravidity

The Phenomenology of Gravidity

The Phenomenology of Gravidity explores Continental philosophy of feminism and offers a voice that articulates the specific process of gestation and the concrete experiences of pregnant women as both gendered and particular. Jane Lymer develops the philosophical and ethical implications of an understanding of embodied gestation in feminist philosophy which acknowledges the developmental importance of the maternal-foetal relation to human cognition and our intersubjective… (more)

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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield International (October 03, 2016)

Collection: Continental Philosophy in Austral-Asia

Page count: 232 pages

Language: English

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