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Writing a short piece for this project had been on my list for a couple of weeks, perhaps even months. The more I read it, however, the more resonances I find. Not only does this draw me in personally, I also believe that it is something that might help us build important alliances and bridges, such as a much-needed bridge between second-wave feminism and intersectional feminism; but one could also think of the ongoing drifting-apart of academic philosophy and current affairs….

If, in contrast, we are to create better feminist futures, we really do need to build stronger bridges between the generations, we need better relationships to those who came before us and those who will come after. So here are my three take-away notes from rereading this text, once again, even if none of them may sound like a great revelation:.

Firstly, to demand inclusion or equality without challenging the established systems is almost always a huge mistake. Secondly, while it is necessary to rebuild and challenge the system as a whole, we also need a different subject whose creation is based upon the assertion of difference which requires work.

To think, here, of the undoing of gender, the deconstruction of binary oppositions, without abolishing differences, opening up, instead, the possibilities of alliances for non-conforming identities, might not be entirely absurd.

Thirdly, and finally: The time is always the present. Carla Lonzi, Sputiamo su Hegel, Milan , pp. The future of the world is open: it lies in starting along the path from the beginning again […].

We recognize within ourselves the capacity for effecting a complete transformation of life. Not being trapped within the master-slave dialectic, we become conscious of ourselves; we are the Unexpected Subject. The feminist movement is itself the means and the end of any basic transformation of humankind. It needs no future, it makes no distinctions […].

An entirely new word is being put forward by an entirely new subject. It only has to be uttered to be heard. Acting becomes simple and elementary. There are no goals, there is the present of our here and now. Today, not only during this viral crisis but in very different contexts, we hear that we lack a perspective on the future. We lack trust in the individual neoliberal promises for our futures, promises of a career academic or otherwise , more money and so on.

At the same time, we seem to lack trust in new forms of leftist collective envisionings, of new utopias. Either way, our idea of the future seems still very much connected to the idea of a linear progress and progressing. Skip to content. Not only does this draw me in personally, I also believe that it is something that might help us build important alliances and bridges, such as a much-needed bridge between second-wave feminism and intersectional feminism; but one could also think of the ongoing drifting-apart of academic philosophy and current affairs… If, in contrast, we are to create better feminist futures, we really do need to build stronger bridges between the generations, we need better relationships to those who came before us and those who will come after.

So here are my three take-away notes from rereading this text, once again, even if none of them may sound like a great revelation: Firstly, to demand inclusion or equality without challenging the established systems is almost always a huge mistake. Hannah Wallenfels back to the library.

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Carla Lonzi

Writing a short piece for this project had been on my list for a couple of weeks, perhaps even months. The more I read it, however, the more resonances I find. Not only does this draw me in personally, I also believe that it is something that might help us build important alliances and bridges, such as a much-needed bridge between second-wave feminism and intersectional feminism; but one could also think of the ongoing drifting-apart of academic philosophy and current affairs…. If, in contrast, we are to create better feminist futures, we really do need to build stronger bridges between the generations, we need better relationships to those who came before us and those who will come after. So here are my three take-away notes from rereading this text, once again, even if none of them may sound like a great revelation:. Firstly, to demand inclusion or equality without challenging the established systems is almost always a huge mistake.

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Carla Lonzi Florence , March 6, — Milan , August 2, was an Italian art critic and feminist activist, who is best known as the cofounder of Rivolta Femminile Feminine Revolt , an Italian feminist collective formed in Carla Lonzi was born in Florence, Italy, on March 6, to a middle-class family. Her father owned a small industrial company and her mother dedicated her life to the nurture and education of Lonzi and her four siblings. In her early twenties, Lonzi became greatly interested in film and theatre, both as a spectator and creator.

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