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Content available remote Kyberfeminismus aneb sdrátovaná identita
The paper shows affinity between cyberfeminism and thinking of J. Butler. The first part sums up Butler's texts. The identity is an effect of a repetition of subjectivation practices transmitted by the society. The materiality of the body and the structure of the mind are not conditions but consequences of culture, which are retrospectively naturalized. It's not possible to resist the power from a position of an autonomous subject because subject itself is a product of knowledge-power. The only possible subversion acts from within the power network showing the relativity of the subjectivation practices by means of irony and parody. Cyberfeminism is not a unified paradigm but a network of activities in art, culture, theory and technology. The differences between nature, culture and technology are disappearing today. Animals, humans and machines are melting together to cyborgs - computer-humans. The cyborg-metaphore is an ironic political myth, subverting the foundations of modernity. The obvious artificial and floating identity of a cyborg is (similar to Butler's theory) produced by inscriptions of culture-science-technology showing the relativity of 'natural essence' and 'autonomous subject'. (
The present article examines Edith Stein’s sexual differential anthropology as contained in her conferences for meetings of Catholic women circles. The author analyses her exegetic, philosophical and theological approach to the woman question. Stein had anticipated the categories of identity and reciprocity used in contemporary discussions. She finds a solution to the problems of identity and relationship between men and women in the biblical message concerning the first human couple, in the mystery of the incarnation and in the Trinitarian relationships.
Studia theologica
tom 8
nr 1
'Communion and Stewardship', published by the International Theological Commission in 2004, expresses for the first time a standpoint of the Church to sex reassignment surgery as a therapy for persons suffering from gender identity disorder. The paper defends the importance of body for the unity of human beings. However, it admits with respect to the whole tradition an intervention for adequate reasons. It distinguishes between functioning and essential totality, and comes to the conclusion that gender identity disorder is not a sufficient reason for a deep and irreversible intervention into the body integrity by hormonal surgical reassignment (HSR). The discussion on the basis of the art. 86 will probably be focused on the question whether it is allowed to use the above mentioned therapy for preserving mental health and improving relationships with others. The author of this article tries to answer this question by means of interviews with catholic transsexuals.
The paper reflects on the gender specific nature of private and public spheres as discussed in feminist discourses in European and American contexts. Its aim is to explore the potential of the concepts of public and private in analysing the issue of reconciliation of work and family, connected with women’ presence in the public sphere, with the hierarchy between the public and private and with the gender power asymmetry. The public and private as analytical constructs are helpful in moving beyond the individual level and understanding the social-political structure and historical context. These categories characterize different value systems with a hierarchical relation connected with the construction of ‘two genders’ and gendered division of work. The paper also focuses on the concept of women’s emancipation, its justification and understanding of equality, and concrete changes in women’s life. Women’s experience of their ‘double existence’ in the public and private life is thematized as a question of reconciliation of work and family with some period particularities. Differences in forming men’s and women’s identifies during modernity depending on their experience in the two different worlds are shown as relevant.
The process of gender identity development in children and youth affects their daily life. With their very existence, transgender children confront the common notions of the majority about “right” boys and girls. There is a persistent pressure in different areas of social life and at schools they visit on preserving the cis-normative way of life. The study is based on a year-long research of transgender children and youth at elementary and secondary schools in Slovakia, with the support of the civic association TransFúzia. The research material consists of in-depth interviews with ten children and young people and interviews with the representatives and teachers from three selected secondary schools. The research results suggest that the self-realisation of children in a school environment is influenced by various limits and barriers. These, however, arise not only from the official systemic framework for teaching and the education process in Slovakia, but also from individual notions and approaches by school authorities. The personal stories of seeking their own “self” of transgender children and youth therefore develop in different contexts and under different conditions. They present not only the specific situation of the members of this special minority, but create the image of the daily life of children and youth in a school environment.
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