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Volume 6 / Issue 2
April 2011
Nachträglich of (bio)ethics
ISSN 1553-5053


Abstract

The works of Louise Bourgeois originate in her creation of an amorous substitution, prompted by the betrayal of the love she felt for her father. In this paper we propose to show how the artist, through her sculptures, provides herself with a father figure based on of her need for one, but also her own, needs. Thus, with her work, her symptom, she finds replacement, and in so doing she finds how to knot that which was not well knotted to the name father. And her endeavor was successful, for she made a name (nom) for herself, not a man (homme) as her father would have wanted: Louise Bourgeois

Become a sculptor, build a father. Considerations on the work of Louise Bourgeois

María Elena Domínguez



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Editorial
Nachträglich of (bio)ethics
Haydée Montesano 
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 
Natacha Salomé Lima 
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Ethics and Films: Identification and Moral Education
Amir Muzur 
Iva Rincic 

The bioethics thinking of Fritz Jahr 1927-1934
Hans Martin Sass 

Ethics and responsability: Ancient Greek lessons for bioethics today
Jan Helge Solbakk 

Unthinkable
Gervasio Noailles 

Become a sculptor, build a father. Considerations on the work of Louise Bourgeois
María Elena Domínguez 

Indice analítico de filmes: una ilustración metodológica en torno a "Rope" ("Festín Diabólico")
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 
Tamara Katz 

   

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