Body Images: Embodiment as Intercorporeality by Gail Weiss

By Gail Weiss

Drawing on suitable discussions of embodiment in phenomenology, feminist idea, psychoanalytic conception, queer thought and post-colonial thought, Body Images explores the function performed via the physique picture in our daily existence.

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