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Afterword — Cultivating Natural Belonging: Luce Irigaray’s Water Lily

  • Michael Marder
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Postmetaphysical Thought book series (PSPMT)

Abstract

Despite the opinion, prevalent today both in academic and non-academic quarters, that philosophy is a thing of the past, a thing to be found exclusively in the textbooks of intellectual history, the love of wisdom is flourishing like never before. Having thrown off the straight-jackets of metaphysical reasoning, living thought turns towards corporeity stamped by finitude and sexual difference, to the world around us, to the rhythms of the earth, and to a wealth of non-Western philosophical traditions.

Keywords

Elemental Passion Intellectual History Water Lily Concise Dictionary Loving Care 
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