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1993, vol. 35, br. 1, str. 107-122
Novija feministička kritika patrijarhata: relativizacija univerzalizma
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet
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Patriarchy is not historically unified and static category of social life. Its influence, significance, and strength are changeable and specifically shaped in every historical period. But, the changing and shifting of patriarchy through history is not a valid argument in favour of its non-importance. On the contrary, it is necessary to point out that the shifting of patriarchy does not affect its overpresent structural importance in very different societies, and its symbolic orders. Every society lies on this foundation - the difference between sexes - but the role and the type of this relationship (which is dominantly viewed as opposition) is not universal, but specifically construed in every social, historical, and cultural context. To trace this unstable and fine equilibrium between universal human condition (in which sex & gender differences are structural categories), and its endless historical variability, as a task of the most important epistemological interest which could help theoretical breakthrough in feminism, and made feminism even more important for social theory and action. The recent debate among feminists over the issues of essentialism and universalism versus postmodernist abandon of universal validity of 'grand theories', 'essence', and monocausality, is of special importance for more complex interpretation of patriarchy. It opens up new horizons in coping with an important question: why, and how come that patriarchy seems to be the universal category despite of so many different cultural, historical contexts of every epoch, its epsiteme and the 'field of forces', in which it does not occupy the only one, and the same dimension of social reality? Having this contradictions in mind the only universalia one can find is not the type of (dominantly hierarchical) relations between sexes, but the gender difference itself, and all the known culturally constructed forms of oppositions & complementarities of the sexes that constitute the human species.
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