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Emancipace prostřednictvím crip identity s ohledem na potenciál péče

Filozofia, 79 (2024), 6, 651 - 664.
Typ článku: State
This study examines the concepts of crip identity and coalitional subjectivities, which are grounded in shared identification with conditions of disability. The primary objective is to present these concepts as powerful tools for contemporary feminist anti-neoliberal resistance and to contribute to the discourse on the relevance of identity politics. The study views crip identity as a promise of independent subjectivation for people with disabilities, offering a powerful potential for political action. However, in the context of post-socialist Central European countries, a more robust political capacity can be achieved through rehabilitating coalition subjectivities established on a shared basis of identification with conditions of disability or illness. The ultimate goal of the study is to demonstrate how the ethics of care and crip theories’ understanding of subjectivity and care provide an alternative foundation for social organization.
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crip identity, disability, coalitional subjectivities, Neoliberalism, Central Europe, feminist subversion, care ethics, Care

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