The Dialectics of Gender and Class, John O'Loughlin
John O'Loughlin

The Dialectics of Gender and Class

'The Dialectics of Gender and Class' concludes a trilogy of aphoristic books by John O'Loughlin whose focus is primarily dialectical, and does so on no uncertain axial terms, not least with regards to the elemental correlation with gender and class which comes to light when once one begins to approach dialectics from a gender- and class-oriented standpoint with a view to understanding the co-existence of each on overall axial terms. Historic stuff! And no bluff! The cover, incidentally, aptly illustrates the axial disparity which exists on what the author tends to call the intercardinal axial compass, with its division between church- and state-hegemonic types of society.
94 printed pages
Original publication



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