By Michael Milov-Cordoba In last week’s session of Nietzsche 13/13, each of the five presenters attempted to characterize the peculiar form of Irigaray’s Marine Lover of Friedrich Nietzsche. Professor Velasco called the text a philosophical poem in which the… Continue Reading
Meditations on breath and sexual difference Praxis/Theory: Between East and West By Arundhati Katju How can Luce Irigaray help us think through the difference between Eastern and Western thought? In Between East and West Irigaray offers two focal, intertwined points… Continue Reading
Robert-Gooding Williams | Aesthetics and Receptivity
Joanne Faulkner, “Irigaray’ Nietzsche,” in Interpreting Nietzsche: Reception and Influence, Ashley Woodward, ed. London, GB: Continuum, 2011.
Articles by Kelly Oliver in advance of Nietzsche 10/13: Irigaray Woman as Truth in Nietzsche’s Writing Womanizing Nietzsche
Nietzsche 13/13 also has a digital life. In the same vein as our previous endeavors, the seminar will be live streamed and connected to the twitter. This is what we call LST Room –the virtual space where we would like… Continue Reading
Primary Texts: Luce Irigaray, Marine Lover of Friedrich Nietzsche (1980) Secondary Texts: Kelly Oliver, Womanizing Nietzsche: Philosophy’s Relation to the “Feminine” (Routledge Press, 1995) Robert Gooding-Williams, “Aesthetics and Receptivity: Kant, Nietzsche, Cavell, and Astaire,” in The Claim To Community:… Continue Reading