CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition
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Body politics

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Engaged body

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Abused body

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Chosen body

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The coronavirus pandemic has put our bodies under stress, making us realize its fragility and dependency. New ways of making body appear: feminist and environmentalist activism bring a body engaged in ethics and politics; the #MeToo movement and the disclosure of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church reveal the figure of the abused body; bioethical and technological transformations contribute to the refusal to be assigned to a physical destiny, as part of the project of a chosen body. According to the issue edited by Anne Dujin, the political assertion of the body outlines a new political frontier. Read also in this issue: the war in Ukraine, a new nuclear crisis?, building the Russian fortress, Ukraine’s resistance as democracy, global disease, and Michel Deguy’s poetic of relics.
Founded by Emmanuel Mounier in 1932, this journal orients its readers in contemporary debates and investigates our democratic form of life. A people’s university, it drives a collective of authors to make sense of our global modernity. The journal is independent, cosmopolitan and committed to justice. Read more...
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