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Outercourse (Be-Ing on Account of My Time/Space)

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s/t: The Be-Dazzling Voyage Containing Recollections from My Logbook of a Radical Feminist Philosopher
This extraordinary book - the resplendent philosophical autobiography of the world's foremost Radical Feminist philosopher - offers an imaginative chronicle of Momentous Moments in Mary Daly's A-mazing Voyage. Daly sees her work as that of a Pirate Righteously Plund
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Emily
May 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Daly's reflections on her own life are some of the only stories we know about her early childhood and adolescence. It was the first of Daly's books I read, so the re-defining of terms and haphazard capitalization was a sharp learning curve. Daly was an enigmatic personality and her autobiography is incredibly illuminating.
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Wow! This book is really A-mazing, Daly combines her autobiographical accounts with her unique widely-know feminist philosophy. This book really Moves you in a lot of directions Spining a lot of interconected symbols, life experiences and women's culture and thought. Is a must read for understand the Gyn/Ecological Webs that Daly weaved in all her works, specially Gyn/Ecology, Pure Lust and the Wickedary. Truly inspiring and wonderful in all senses! Daly's accounts of her life Ignite the passion ...more
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Apr 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A deep dive into why things are the way they are and how one woman invented new ways of Being at a time the norm considered it impossible for anyone female to become a philosopher.
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Mary Daly was an American radical feminist philosopher, academic, and theologian. Daly, who described herself as a "radical lesbian feminist", taught at Boston College, a Jesuit-run institution, for 33 years. Daly consented to retire from Boston College in 1999, after violating university policy by refusing to allow male students in her advanced women's studies classes. She allowed male students i ...more
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