Embodied Modernities: Corporeality, Representation, and Chinese Cultures
From feminist philosophy to genetic science, scholarship in recent years has succeeded in challenging many entrenched assumptions about the material and biological status of human bodies. Likewise in the study of Chinese cultures, accelerating globalization and the resultant hybridity have called into question previous assumptions about the boundaries of Chinese national and ethnic identity. The problem of identifying a single or definitive referent for the "Chinese body" is thornier than ever.
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The term derives from the Portuguese fetico , meaning “ ignorant magical practices , ” a term derived in turn from the Latin facticius , “ to make . ” ' l By the eighteenth century , “ fetishisme ” meant primitive religion ; by mid ...
This growing trade in human organs across global boundaries in turn illustrates a new " complexity of the relation between the category of the person and the commodity form that it both opposes and subtends . ” ?
Not even in her wildest dreams could Shanfeng's wife have imagined such a turn of events – that in the end it was she of all people who had enabled Shangang to achieve his fondest ambition : a male heir to carry on the line.11 The story ...