Hugging the Horse

Philosophy, Literature, Narcissism and Nonsense

"While most references to women in ‘canonic author’s works are negative, revealing his sexism, some are in a positive tone. By speaking of women positively, he idealizes them in a fetishistic manner and forces women to adopt his patriarchic vision of what constitutes a ‘good woman’. In other sentences, women don’t get mentioned at all, which emphasizes the fact that women were ‘invisible’ from many areas of life, due to being restricted from them" -Literary Critic
I can’t wait for Literary Critic’s second book, in which he exposes the shocking fact that pretty much all writers in the 18th century had different views on binary oppositions than Derrida

"While most references to women in ‘canonic author’s works are negative, revealing his sexism, some are in a positive tone. By speaking of women positively, he idealizes them in a fetishistic manner and forces women to adopt his patriarchic vision of what constitutes a ‘good woman’. In other sentences, women don’t get mentioned at all, which emphasizes the fact that women were ‘invisible’ from many areas of life, due to being restricted from them" -Literary Critic

I can’t wait for Literary Critic’s second book, in which he exposes the shocking fact that pretty much all writers in the 18th century had different views on binary oppositions than Derrida