Re: PCT and Feminisms: asking again...

Ana Catina (catina@Psyres-Stuttgart.DE)
Thu, 23 May 1996 19:30:46 +0200 (MET DST)

Dear Mike,
I am afraid that we speak about two different things. Summarising: what
I said and what you said make the difference between psychology, sociology
and/or politics. I
have not spoken about the individual task in terms of responsibility,
accountable for or what ever.(I am
aware about situations you are refrring to - some of them affecting also
males). I neither said that individual contribution has to be excusive.
Plesase consider my say not as "I have a quite different opinion, better
than yours", but as
"it can also be of great importance".
37 degree Celsius is the best temperature for reading a message!
Yes, I do believe that feminism has not to be necessarily practiced only in
groups; it can (ought to?) become part of the daily life (everywhere) of
each individual. Changes in the social
role distribution can be a good step. The individual efforts can be very
helpful. And prove consistency. And please do not twist what I said
into "individualism". Individuation, individuality is
better. And more accurate. And by the way Margret
Thatcher read the sentence probably in a social psychology book: nothing
new. Respectfully, Ana

Dr.Phil. Ana Catina
Center for Psychotherapy Research
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