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Beauvoir

Simone de . 1908--86, French existentialist novelist and feminist, whose works include Le sang des autres (1944), Le deuxième sexe (1949), and Les mandarins (1954)
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Those lectures, attended by de Beauvoir, Merleau-Ponty, Raymond Aron, Georges Bataille, Jaqcques Lacan--in short by anybody who was anybody in the French intellectual elite--implanted in all of them a common language with which to shape their response to the postwar reality.
Iris Marion Young, who writes of the embodied female experience, often referring to Beauvoir as she does so, reminds us that Woman lives not only the ongoing threat of being objectified by the male gaze, but also the threat of her body space being invaded, with rape being the most extreme example of such "spatial and bodily invasion" (2005, p.
The condition of the second was thoroughly cataloged by Beauvoir in 1949, in a book that was so influential that its influence eventually became so diffuse as to be difficult to gauge, particularly in the context of what became known as French feminism.
This is why I shall limit myself to considering the contributions of Lou Andreas-Salome, Edith Stein and Simone de Beauvoir.
Simone Beauvoir representaria, para os feminismos da diferenca pos-modernos, uma teorizacao feminista que, apesar de romper com uma serie de determinismos colocados para o sujeito universal, ainda possuiria, de acordo com Butler, um entendimento essencialista e biologizante da ideia de "mulher".
Substituting the inner-outer difference for the Cartesian mind-body distinction, Beauvoir argues that we can never directly touch the other in the heart of her freedom.
Si el proyecto de Beauvoir es escribir su relacion con el mundo, ese se cumple en el acto mismo de escribir; en la actualidad de la escritura.
As Margaret Simons notes in her introduction, the experience of German occupation was what forced Beauvoir to recognize the importance of politics.
En este sentido, consideramos que el estudio delphyano reactualiza la linea teorica en la que Beauvoir plantea la "cuestion de la mujer", en sentido etico, politico y epistemico, sentando precedentes para el desarrollo del pensamiento contemporaneo y la praxis feminista.
Due to space limitations, I have selected only a few passages from L'invitee, which cannot do justice to all we should consider for grasping just how much Beauvoir had observed.
As readers of the Series have come to expect, each entry by Beauvoir is prefaced by an excellent introduction by a notable Beauvoir scholar.
In awarding this distinction, the jury of the Simone de Beauvoir Prize for Women's Freedom "wishes to help galvanize international solidarity, reaffirm women's rights in the world, guarantee the protection of women who are today risking their lives for the struggle, and defend alongside them the ideals of equality and peace", The French Ambassador for Human Rights, Francois Zimeray represented the French Foreign Ministry on this occasion.