Table of contents for Belief, bodies, and being : feminist reflections on embodiment / edited by Deborah Orr ... [et al.].

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Preface							ix
	Acknowledgements				 	xi
1 Thinking Through the Body: An Introduction to Beliefs, 		1
	Bodies and Being
 	Deborah Orr
2 Posthumanist Performativity: Toward an Understanding		11
	of How Matter Comes to Matter		 										
	Karen Barad
3 	Monstrous Reflections on the Mirror of the Self-Same		37
 	Margrit Shildrick
4 	Ontology and Feminism						49
 	Käthe Trettin
5 	Diotima, Wittgenstein and a Language for Liberation		59
 	Deborah Orr
6 	Re-situating the Feminine in Contemporary French			81
	Louise Burchill
7. Being and Time, Non-Being and Space . . . 				103
	Introductory Notes Toward an Ontological
	Study of 'Woman' and Chora'
	Jana Braziel
8 To Take a Chance with Meaning under				127
the Veil of Words: Transpositions, Mothers and
Learning in Julia Kristeva's Theory of Language
 	 Bettina Schmitz
9 In Search of the Body in the Cave: Luce				141
	Irigaray's Ethics of Embodiment						
 	Tonja van den Ende
10 Reconsidering the Notion of the Body in				151
Anti-essentialism, With the Help of Luce Irigaray and Judith Butler
	Annemie Halsema
11 Butler's Sophisticated Constructivism: 				163
	A Critical Assessment
	Veronica Vasterling
12 	A Critique of Feminist Radical Contructionism			185
 	Saskia Wendel
13 	Applying Time to Feminist Philosophy of the Body			197
	Lanei Rodemeyer
	Contributors							211
	Index								215

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Feminist theory.
Body, Human.