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Young-girl! Mon amour! An approach to the gender without love of the current post-capitalist market

dc.contributor.authorGarcía Manso, Almudena
dc.contributor.authorAnta Felez, José Luis
dc.description.abstractThe Young-Girl is one of the post-capitalist figures who have most strongly entered the panorama of post-gender thinking. Conceived by the French philosophical group Tiqqun, it is based on the idea that the technologies based on the new forms of biopower structured in the porno-pharmacopoeia, which allows bodies to be built around the idea of gender as a definitive element of the heterocentric structures. This body is already a universal criterion, all desire without more feeling than selfishness, and that raises a space of production, consumption and transformation to an individuality of payment. The Young-Girl is a unique social that campaigns on itself to appropriate feminist struggles, social movements and critical ways to trivialize everything around simulation, emptiness and absolute
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dc.subjectTiqqum, Género, Capitalismo, Jovencitudes
dc.titleYoung-girl! Mon amour! An approach to the gender without love of the current post-capitalist marketes

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