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|The phrase "anti-man" is from p. 199: "All orthodox opinion — that is, today, '|
revolutionary' opinion either of the pure or the impure variety — is anti-man." 33.
For example: "The present widespread invert fashion ... is much more a political ...
|They notice that the writer is 'a man' - if he is impolite about the other sex, they |
giggle and express the opinion that he has ... All orthodox opinion - that is, today,
'revolutionary' opinion either of the pure or the impure variety — is anti-man.
Wyndham Lewis, Julian Symons - 1989 - 380 pages
|All orthodox opinion — that is, to-day, 'revolutionary' opinion either of the pure or |
the impure variety — is anti-man. Its terms are those of a war or insurrection still,
although theoretically the war is over and the position gained. But subtly and in ...
|The male has been persuaded to assume a certain onerous and disagreeable |
role with the promise of rewards ... Lewis, Wyndham All orthodox opinion -- that is
, today, revolutionary opinion either of the pure or the impure variety -- is anti-man
Fredric Jameson - 1991 - 438 pages
|Now in paperback, Fredric Jameson’s most wide-ranging work seeks to crystalize a definition of “postmodernism” Jameson’s inquiry looks at the postmodern across a wide landscape, from “high”; art to “low,” from market ...|
Jacques Bidet - 2008 - 813 pages
|International and interdisciplinary in range and scope, the "Critical Companion to Contemporary Marxism" provides a thorough and precise panorama of recent developments in Marxist theory in the US, Europe and beyond.|
|History Of Western Philosophy was published in 1946. A dazzlingly ambitious project, it remains unchallenged to this day as the ultimate introduction to Western philosophy.|
|This is neither a bastion of Stalinism nor a Confucian patriarchy, but a paranoid nationalist, “military-first” state on the far right of the ideological spectrum.|
Steven Epstein - 1996 - 466 pages
|Epstein shows the extent to which AIDS research has been a social and political phenomenon and how the AIDS movement has transformed biomedical research practices through its capacity to garner credibility by novel strategies.|