14 edition of When biology became destiny found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Renate Bridenthal, Atina Grossmann, and Marion Kaplan.|
|Series||New feminist library|
|Contributions||Bridenthal, Renate., Grossmann, Atina., Kaplan, Marion A.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1623 .W475 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 364 p.|
|Number of Pages||364|
|ISBN 10||0853456429, 0853456437|
|LC Control Number||84018969|
Nature's Destiny. Denton still accepts design and embraces a non-Darwinian evolutionary theory. He denies that randomness accounts for the biology of organisms; he has proposed an evolutionary theory which is a "directed evolution" in his book Nature's Destiny ().Alma mater: King's College London. The Biology of Belief Review. Eye-opening and easy to read, The Biology of Belief is a book that I would recommend to all the curious ones. You may even realize that what you once thought were “scientific facts,” are actually just ’s writing has an amazing quality of conveying complicated concepts in a very comprehensive way that anyone can understand.
Biology Became Destiny: Women in Weimar and Nazi Germany, New York: New Feminist Library, Monthly Review Press, pp. The field ofwomen's history has grown enormously in the last fifteen years, and has made the question "what was it like to live during that time?" a par-ticularly compelling one for observers of Weimar and Nazi Germany. New. It's official (again): biology is destiny. Robert Dunbar, an evolutionary psychologist from the University of Liverpool, today reports that tall men are significantly more attractive to women and Author: Guardian Staff.
"But some aspects of biology — and in fact some aspects of destiny — are commanded very strongly by genes." The degree to which biology governs our lives is the subject of Mukherjee's new book. It would later became the catalyst for my forthcoming book ‘Sweetening the Pill or How We Got Hooked on Hormonal Birth Control.’ Over the years, I had come to realize discussing biology, and specifically female biology, was a very contentious issue mired in the politics of the “biology is not destiny” mantra of mainstream feminism.
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Ships from and sold by 5/5(2). When biology became destiny: women in Weimar and Nazi Germany Renate Bridenthal, Atina Grossmann, Marion A. Kaplan Monthly Review Press, - Social Science - pages. When biology became destiny by Renate Bridenthal, Atina Grossmann, Marion A. Kaplan, Atina Grossman, Marion Kaplan,Monthly Review Press edition, in EnglishPages: When biology became destiny 3 editions By Renate Bridenthal, Atina Grossmann, Marion A.
Kaplan, Atina Grossman, Marion Kaplan Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks. The history documented in this book provides us with a perspective from which to analyze our own time, for in the history of Weimar and Nazi Germany we see the issues surrounding women, family, and reproduction as powerful mobilizing forces for both right and left.
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The publication edited by Renate Bridenthal, Atina Grossman and Marion Kaplan explored women’s “double jeopardy” as. But the iconic message irrevocably lives: Biology is not destiny.
The reduction of women to the feminine, sexualized lesser sex is an artifice constructed of vested prejudices that deprive women Author: H. Patricia Hynes. Get this from a library. When biology became destiny: women in Weimar and Nazi Germany.
[Renate Bridenthal; Atina Grossmann; Marion A Kaplan;] -- This collection of essays analyzes the experience of women in Weimar and Nazi Germany -- the first a period of crisis and polarization between right and left, and the second a period in which the. 2) Because of female biology, she says, productive work was beyond women’s strength-showing her ignorance of the extensive labor record of primitive women.
Again, says the author, because of her biology woman “remained in bondage to life’s mysterious processes,” (p.
82) in which she takes over male designations for breeding and baby. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for When Biology Became Destiny When Biology Became Destiny (New Feminist Library) by Monthly Review Press () by Unknown.
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Biology is on the side of the short-term payoff, almost every time. But, the power of the human brain lies in the ability to step beyond biology, and look at long-term consequences, before they.
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