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e·man·ci·pa·tion

(ē-man'si-pā'shŭn),
In embryology, delimitation of a specific area in an organ-forming field, giving definite shape and limits to the organ primordium.
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The positions expressed concerning women's political emancipation seem quite homogeneous.
But what if we were to take Edelman at his word, that is to say, what if what he terms 'queerness' and defines as implying a 'determined opposition to [the] underlying structure of the political' were indeed to be understood as going not merely beyond the police order, thereby constituting a political emancipation and subjectivation in Rancierian terms, but as going beyond politics itself, located in a no-man's-land where emancipation itself would prove impossible?
The resulting "revolution dans la Republique des Lettres," Jenny argues, came into its full politico-aesthetic maturity in the 1830 conjunction of Romanticism and Revolution, when authors such as Hugo explicitly equated literary innovation with political emancipation.
Furthermore, because psychoanalysis made "family into an object of knowledge and into the prime site of self emancipation" feminism could more easily make family "into an object of emotional and political emancipation," (122).
Instead, he demonstrates that Malays were, like their fellow nationalists elsewhere in Southeast Asia, influenced by modernist ideas about political emancipation and sovereignty of the nation.
The abolition of the slave trade came with tremendous challenges: fostering political emancipation, effecting cultural renaissance and bridging Africa's widening economic and scientific gaps with the rest of the world.
The focus of the collection is on the relationship between aesthetics and politics in Ranciere's philosophy, a relationship which has garnered academic interest because of the relatively autonomous bodies of research that Ranciere has amassed in his investigations into political emancipation and aesthetic experience, all the while using a conceptual framework that, for the range of historical documents that it investigates, remains surprisingly simple.
Although feminism and drives for the political emancipation of women were relatively weak in France, F.
However, despite political emancipation, black people in the south remained heavily segregated, and it was a harsh environment in which to rebuild their lives.
Political emancipation is a legal distinction, societal equality upheld by the state.
Ethnology did not justify conquest and enslavement but represented an "instrument of the scientific demonstration of the necessity of social and political emancipation."
As is widely known, Marx sets himself to criticize a book by Bruno Bauer on the political emancipation of Jews and ends up criticizing the whole notion--and the real process--of "political emancipation" as incomplete.

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