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|ISBN:||9780190250607 0190250607 9780190250614 0190250615 9780190250638 0190250631|
|Description:||202 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: physiological habits --
The hips: on the physiology of affect and emotion --
The gut and pelvic floor: on cloacal thinking --
The epigenome: on the transgenerational effects of racism --
The stomach and the heart: on the physiology of white ignorace --
Conclusion: social-political change and physiological transformation.
|Series Title:||Studies in feminist philosophy.|
"The Physiology of Sexist and Racist Oppression is, I think, ground-breaking. This book will further many people's thinking, some in ways that we can't foresee now. It will be important for a long