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|One might say here, varying a wellknown sayingof the great Napoleon: 'Anatomy |
is destiny'” (189). On theevidence ofthe quoted passages, itwould seem thatif
anatomy is destiny, it is destiny inapeculiar way: what anatomy —the factthat the
|Maybe anatomy is destiny after all. It's just that so far the wrong anatomy has |
been blamed. Is there no way out then from the biological determinants of
splitting? I think that there is, for while penises and vaginas are biological organs,
|However, the distinction between activity and passivity with respect to sexual aim |
is in some ways problematic. Anatomy is destiny. The distinction between
masculinity and femininity, when it is a matter of anatomy and physiology, or a
|Anatomy. is. destiny: regarding. the. body. in. the. art. of. Angelica. Kauf. fman. |
Women artists and history painting Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807) has usually
been characterised in the history of art as a portrait painter and decorative artist
|In this work, which was occasioned by Freud's notorious formulation that "|
anatomy is destiny," she accords to Freud the title of "philosopher" but then goes
on to observe that "all the truth any philospher can really tell us about human life
is that ...
|And most of the functional anthropologists studied societies in which woman's |
destiny was defined by anatomy. The most powerful influence on modern women
, in terms both of functionalism and the feminine protest, was Margaret Mead.
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|2 ANATOMY AS DESTINY It was Sigmund Freud (1924b, p. 178) who famously |
said that anatomy is destiny, and according to the great man, if your destiny was
not to have a penis, you were out ofluck. Freud (1905a) theorized that an ...
|Our destiny is expressed in our physical characteristics, like the color of our eyes |
and skin, the race we happened to be born into, whether we are male or female,
and so on. "Anatomy is destiny" is the famous statement by Freud. One's talents ...