By Rebecca Hill
Hill diagnoses a sexed hierarchy on the center of Aristotle’s and Bergson’s displays. but past that phallocentrism, she issues out how Aristotle’s concept of topos as a smart relation among our bodies that vary in being and Bergson’s instinct of period as an incalculable threshold of changing into are critical to the feminist attempt to consider sexual difference.
Reading Irigaray with Aristotle and Bergson, Hill argues that the period can't be grasped as an area among identities; it needs to be characterised because the brilliant threshold of changing into, constitutive of the very id of beings. The period is where of the potential of sexed subjectivity and intersubjectivity; the period is additionally a threshold of the turning into of sexed forces.