Dog Days of Summer
furuhashi.1 at osu.edu
Sun Aug 13 13:30:30 PDT 2000
>On Sun, 13 Aug 2000 16:00:11 -0400 Yoshie Furuhashi
><furuhashi.1 at osu.edu> wrote:
> > Once you rule out the eventual abolition of capitalism as a political
> > possibility (be it through revolutionary or evolutionary socialism),
> > it's almost a matter of logic that you end up with Helmut Schmidt's
> > argument, sooner or later.
>There is no good reason to rule out the eventual abolition of
>there is good reason to rule out the abolition of *some* form of (political)
>economy. Maybe gender can be abolished... but sexuation can't be.
Once we get rid of gender oppression (and its effect gender), we'll
be able to arrive at a more useful, humane, & interesting theory of
human biology with an X-sex model. Liberate sexing & biology (and
inquiries into them, ethical, scientific, or aesthetic) from gender,
so to speak. I'd venture to say we'll be able to study evolution
without being hindered by evolutionary psychologists' nonsense, at
least. Work of left-wing biologists like Stephen Jay Gould & Richard
Lewontin suggests what may become points of departure for all free
thinkers in an emancipated future (as of now, sadly their ideas are
confined to the margins).
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