Individualità e pluralità : il pensiero della nascita
Article | Italy
English title: Individuality and plurality : the thinking of the origin
Corporate author(s): Bono, Paola (ed.)
Source: Questioni di teoria femminista
Keyword(s): feminist ethics | female thinking | women’s organisations | conference paper | conferences
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The book Questioni di teoria femminista (Questions of feminist theory) contains fourteen speeches which were held at the international meeting of feminist theory in Glasgow, July 1991. “Il pensiero della nascita” (The Thinking of the origin) was written by Raffaella Lamberti, feminist activist which belongs to Orlando and the Women’s Centre in Bologna, one of the most important Italian feminist groups since the 1960s. Through the links between pluralism and individuality, and influenced by Hannah Arendt’s thoughts, the article is focused on Orlando’s activities experienced with Israeli and Palestinian women movements. In particular the transversal character of that practice is based on the awareness of women’s own positionality and politics and the commitment to dialogue and information exchange.