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Do Women Really Need a "God/Ess" To Save Them? an Inquiry Into Notions of the Divine Feminine

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The rise of women-focused spirituality presents several difficulties for feminisms concerned with the liberation of women. In this paper I look at several issues. In the first I focus upon theoretical problems that arise when replacing a female deity with a male deity, while in the second I focus upon both theoretical and methodological concerns in the enterprise of locating a female based religious system. In order to do the latter, I explore a number of the epistomolgical implications found in the work of Luce Irigaray.

Affiliations: 1: Trinity College, Toronto


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