Resurrecting the Body: Feminism, Religion, and Psychotherapy
Asserting that the reverse of the biblical text "And the Word was made flesh" is true, that it is in and through the flesh that every philosophy, every discourse, is born, Goldenberg explores her own divided identity as feminist, atheist, and Jew. "Through a series of insightful, passionate, and sometimes humorous essays, Goldenberg examines the way (feminism and psychoanalysis) interact with, contradict, and deepen one another".--Hypathia.
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