Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 32 (2):127-142 (2007)

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This article intends to think a feminist theory in the speculative context that starts with the Hegelian metaphysics and continues with the French post-Hegelianism of J. Derrida, G. Deleuze and M. Foucault among others. The great challenge of these authors –and with them the great challenge of our time– consists in deconstructing the binary logic which has dominated western thought and culture, in order to overcome the political and social exclusion promoted by it. In this context lies the femininity-masculinity dualism, whose overcoming we prefer to think as the intrinsic implication of a new relational and dynamic, multiple and concrete identity
Keywords Queer theory  Feminism  Gender  Dualism  Identity  Difference
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