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Feminismos interseccional e da reprodução social: rumo a uma ontologia integrativa
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Teoria da reprodução social
Feminismo
Inter-seccional
Marxismo

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FERGUSON, Susan. Feminismos interseccional e da reprodução social: rumo a uma ontologia integrativa. Cadernos Cemarx, Campinas, SP, n. 10, p. 13–38, 2018. DOI: 10.20396/cemarx.v0i10.10919. Disponível em: https://econtents.bc.unicamp.br/inpec/index.php/cemarx/article/view/10919. Acesso em: 25 jun. 2024.

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Em sua busca por capturar a natureza contraditória e constituída por muitas camadas das subjetividades e das posições sociais através de uma perspectiva que insiste no caráter dinâmico e complexo do social, o feminismo interseccional tem inspirado
as feministas marxistas a levar o feminismo da reprodução social para além da preocupação estreita das relações gênero/classe. Ainda assim, mesmo suas articulações politicamente mais radicais, não alcançam uma teorização completa da lógica integrativa que defendem. Esse artigo explora as raízes dessa teorização insufi ciente,
e sugere que ao compreender o social como constituído pela atividade humana prática cujo objeto (o mundo social e natural) é organizado de maneira capitalista, o feminismo da reprodução social ressalta a relação dialética entre o todo capitalista e suas diferentes partes. O desafi o para o feminismo marxista é adotar esta abordagem
dialética apoiando-se nos insights do feminismo intersec-cional para capturar de maneira mais convincente a unidade de um todo social complexo e diverso.

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