Naming the Violence

Speaking Out About Lesbian Battering (New Leaf Series) by Kerry Lobel

Publisher: Seal Press (CA)

Written in English
Published: Pages: 233 Downloads: 937
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Subjects:

  • Gay & Lesbian studies,
  • Psychology,
  • Homosexuality,
  • Services For Women,
  • Sociology,
  • Lesbians,
  • United States,
  • Lesbian Studies,
  • Abused lesbians,
  • Gay women,
  • Lesbian partner abuse
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages233
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8383667M
ISBN 100931188423
ISBN 109780931188428

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All naming of extreme violence–genocide, torture, terrorism–conveys a political judgment. Exploring the politics of naming, Mathias Thaler questions the binary of moralism and unreconstructed realism and brilliantly shows how storytelling, thought experiments, and genealogies nourish our imagination and thereby contribute to better orient our reflective judgments.

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About twelve years ago, a classmate asked me for help with an assignment. Dear Jennifer, his email began. Jane Hill’s book The Everyday Language of White Racism doesn’t have a chapter on proper names, but it could.

Words like "terrorism" and "war" no longer encompass the scope of contemporary violence. With this explosive book, Adriana Cavarero, one of the world's most provocative feminist theorists and political philosophers, effectively renders such terms obsolete.

She introduces a new word?"horrorism"?to capture the experience of violence. Unlike terror, horrorism is a form of violation grounded in. The Naming was a weird book for me to read. It had tons of potential: tropes and scenarios I am familiar and comfortable with plus the fact that the main character was a girl (when often boys happen to be Chosen Ones).4/5.

Each of the book’s chapters has dealt with a different type of violence, refracted through a different imaginative lens. In the introduction, I have maintained that the imagination can further an ameliorative approach to the concepts we use to account for the dynamic reality of violence.

Our ways of naming violence need to remain responsive. In the case of the Dakota, it made some names legend, as with Little Crow, the supposed instigator of the Dakota-US War, and others, such as Scarlet House, it made a byword. At their most basic level, naming regimes enact violence against Indigenous Peoples through translation.

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His analysis of the politics of naming. Engaging with film, thought experiments, and genealogy, Naming Violence provides us with a powerful toolbox to support thinking and theorizing as democratic practice.

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She introduces a new word "horrorism" to capture the experience of violence. Philosophers and political theorists working on the ethics of violence should pay close attention to Thaler’s fine book. Its promising synthesis of realism, critical theory and ethics shows how important the politics of naming is for the morality of violence and points out ways to take account of it without losing sight of the need for Author: Christopher Finlay.

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In her book, Horrorism: Naming Contemporary Violence, Cavarero draws attention to various ways in which scenes of violence from the past century through the present (as well as what might be called ancient and early modern precursors to these scenes) cannot be adequately understood through the received categories of modern political philosophy Era: Contemporary philosophy.

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Naming Violence - Author meets Critics. We invite to an ‘Author meets Critics’ afternoon with Mathias Thaler, Senior Lecturer, Politics, University of Edinburgh and author of Naming Violence: A Critical Theory of Genocide, Torture, and Terrorism (Columbia University Press, ).

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A disquieting collection of essays that "outs" abusive lesbians, with wrenching personal stories of emotional and physical abuse and proposed solutions.Ryan Brown studies how cultural ideologies can fundamentally change the way we see ourselves, experience the world, and interact with other people.

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