Perspectives on Gender in Post-1945 German Literature
Rooted in Enlightenment rationalism, modernity tends to privilege masculine-connoted characteristics -- conscious subjective agency, rational control and self-containment, the subjugation of nature -- and has generated a conceptualization of human subject
Subjects: Language & Literature
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