Sex and Identity: From Binary Logic to Humanism of Plurality?

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The article provides the analysis of the prospect for sex-identity built outside the binary oppositions that establish the structural foundations both for our culture and our thinking. The problematic overcoming of the binarity without forming a new binary opposition is also examined. The author questions the limits and possibilities of true humanism within the binary typization and conceptualization of a subject.

Ph V Tagirov
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Social Philosophy Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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