4 edition of Ecstatic morality and sexual politics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Fordham University Press|
|Publishers||Fordham University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|3||Moral philosophy and moral theology ;|
|Desire and violence Ecstatic being The politics of the flesh The law of the flesh The body as cross The politics of the flesh revisited Is contraception a human right? The wedding feast of the Lamb The politics of the Cross.|
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The radicalism of the 1960's encouraged the convergence of sexual politics as an agenda driven largely by the left — whether gay and lesbian —or as a more general issue of sexual emancipation.
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What might phenomenology contribute to a theological account of the body? Here definitions of key terms are outlined, namely sexuality and gender identity. Critical theorists had already recognised sexuality as a field of conflict and subjugation, most notably in the work of Herbert Marcuse, who theorised sexual subordination and control as a feature of the necessary imperatives of capitalist society.
Drawing upon the Augustinian and Thomist traditions of political theology, she offers a trenchant theological critique of liberalism in all its forms, with attention to our modern attraction to false utopias and accommodationist impulses.
the Marxist tradition has no more influence on the modern lesbian and gay movement than Ecstatic morality and sexual politics deserves. First, the Marxist influenced critical focus on culture, commodification and consumption is undoubtedly a trenchant and fertile field for critiquing the contemporary discourses of sexual rights, justice and space in contemporary societies.
Further, in conservative countries with strong religious influences, medical doctors often fail to ask women about their sexual practices for fear of bringing shame Bennett. The First and Second World Wars also helped enormously in deconstructing restrictive gender stereotypes, although there was much regression after the wars. Nevertheless, definitions are necessary to provide a platform for developing discussions.
However, it is often difficult to distill such an imperative from cultural aspects that inflect all readings of religious scripture. Raised as a Catholic and deeply imbued with Catholic values, Scorsese also deals with certain forms of Southern Italian vernacular religion, which have left their imprint not only on Scorsese himself but also on the spiritually tormented characters of his Italian American films.
In our selection of material we do not favour any one tendency, tradition or variant. Thus, Marxism offers relatively little that speaks to or connects with the dominant frameworks of studies in sexualities. Reflecting these exciting new developments, The Ashgate Research Companion to Theological Anthropology is a resource for philosophers and theologians, students and scholars, interested in the constructive, critical exploration of a theology of human persons.
This oppression gives power to the dominant group by eliminating common rights that are not applicable to these groups.
Marxism offers the prospect of a significant contribution to a radical politics of sexual diversity that critiques both the oppressive nature of heterosexist and homophobic society and the problems of effecting sexual freedom, equality, rights, diversity and justice.