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What is Freedom?: The Importance of Language

Freedom to express one’s identity is an important goal for society, and often one thinks of this freedom in terms of freedom of action- to do what one pleases. However, freedom in action requires freedom in language: creating a language … Continue reading

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Imagining a Post-Gender World: Free Choice, Imagination, and Language

Christine Delphy implores us to imagine a post-gender world. I’ve been thinking about this, trying to imagine such a world, and I’m ashamed to say, I haven’t gotten very far. It’s telling, though, illustrative of how fundamental sex and gender … Continue reading

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