Re: PCT and Feminisms: asking again...

Ana Catina (catina@Psyres-Stuttgart.DE)
Thu, 23 May 1996 13:29:31 +0200 (MET DST)

Dear Alessandra,
By "radical" I understand trying to get an explanation in an "either or
fashion" and to argue along diametral opposed standpoints. I guess it is a
very personal definition of it. I was not referring to you or to anybody else.

Dr.Phil. Ana Catina
Center for Psychotherapy Research
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70597 Stuttgart

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On Wed, 22 May 1996, Alessandra Iantaffi wrote:

> Dear Ana,
> thank you for your comments on how a pcp can help understanding feminism,
> they are useful thinking material! At the end of your messaage you say
> that a way of cohabiting might be a reduced radicalism... I think I agree
> with you if by 'radicalism' you mean 'blind belief in' either feminism or
> pcp. However I like to think that my 'radicalism' means commitment to
> rather than blind belief in both.
> Alessandra