Animal lessons

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By Statement Kelly Oliver.
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Lc Classifications B105.A55 O45 2009
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Subjects Animals (Philosophy)
Human-animal relationships
Human beings -- Animal nature
Philosophical anthropology
Subtitle how they teach us to be human
Table Of Contents Introduction: The role of animals in philosophies of man
Part I: What's wrong with animal rights?
The right to remain silent
Part II: Animal pedagogy
You are what you eat : Rousseau's cat
Say the human responded : Herder's sheep
Part III: Difference worthy of its name
Hair of the dog : Derrida's and Rousseau's good taste
Sexual difference, animal difference : Derrida's sexy silkworm
Part IV: It's our fault
The beaver's struggle with species-being : De Beauvoir and the praying mantis
Answering the call of nature : Lacan walking the dog
Part V: Estranged kinship
The abyss between humans and animals : Heidegger puts the bee in being
Strange kinship : Merleau-Ponty's sensuous stickleback
Stopping the anthropological machine : Agamben's tick-tocking tick
Psychoanalysis and the science of kinship
Psychoanalysis as animal by-product : Freud's zoophilia
Animal abjects, maternal abjects : Kristeva's strays
Conclusion: Sustainable ethics.
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Animal lessons
Authors Kelly Oliver
Average Rating 3
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Description Philosophy reads humanity against animality, arguing that "man" is man because he is separate from beast. Deftly challenging this position, Kelly Oliver proves that, in fact, it is the animal that teaches us to be human. Through their sex, their habits, and our perception of their purpose, animals show us how not to be them.This kinship plays out in a number of ways. We sacrifice animals to establish human kinship, but without the animal, the bonds of "brotherhood" fall apart. Either kinship with animals is possible or kinship with humans is impossible. Philosophy holds that humans and animals are distinct, but in defending this position, the discipline depends on a discourse that relies on the animal for its very definition of the human. Through these and other examples, Oliver does more than just establish an animal ethics. She transforms ethics by showing how its very origin is dependent upon the animal. Examining for the first time the treatment of the animal in the work of Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Derrida, Agamben, Freud, Lacan, and Kristeva, among others, Animal Lessonsargues that the animal bites back, thereby reopening the question of the animal for philosophy.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 364
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2009-10
Publisher Columbia Univ Pr
Ratings Count 3
Subtitle how they teach us to be human
Title Animal lessons
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