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Unformatted text preview: b. How scientists describe these actions 2. Martin’s goal: to wake up the sleeping metaphors of science (the damsel in distress and the knight to the rescue) 3. Passive egg, active sperm a. Key is the value assigned to passive and active b. Egg degenerates, wasteful; sperm produces 4. New data, same descriptions 5. Suggests alternative language e. Egalia’s Daughters i. Fandango, p. 145 1. Speaks of language as oppressive a. Menwim are derived from wim ii. Britobert, p. 106 1. Doesn’t have value; feels like an appendage to the stove iii. Value of wim’s biology 1. Palace of birth, p. 129 a. Ceremony in public b. “mighty nakedness” c. Queen-like regalia iv. Wim of science, p. 19 1. Work to reveal all of nature’s injust aspects 2. Requires deep insight into oppression and not biology v. Significance of Petronius as a “mafele seawom” (p. 111)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course WMST 101 taught by Professor Burns during the Spring '08 term at UNC.
- Spring '08