Outercourse

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1992 - Social Science - 480 pages
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This extraordinary book - the resplendent philosophical autobiography of the world's foremost Radical Feminist philosopher - offers an imaginative chronicle of Momentous Moments in Mary Daly's A-mazing Voyage. Daly sees her work as that of a Pirate Righteously Plundering treasures of knowledge that have been stolen and hidden from women. In this inventive blend of autobiography and visionary philosophy, she reveals her struggles to Smuggle back these treasures and to distinguish them from their mindbinding trappings. As Daly unfolds her Be-Dazzling Voyage, sparkling with true adventure stories and philosophical insights, she invites readers to Time travel with her across the vast Realm of the Subliminal Sea into Four Spiral Galaxies. This is a courageous journey which involves leaping beyond the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual walls of patriarchy and, through the process of Re-membering, coming into the fullness of the Expanding Now.

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Saw she died this past year...seems like a kooky kinda interesting figure. Read full review

Contents

THE FIRST SPIRAL GALAXY
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THE THIRD SPIRAL GALAXY
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Prelude to The First Spiral Galaxy My Original Travels
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