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Peripheral tracks as the centre of utopia. Land work as a nodal element of women’s empowerment in rural Mexico

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Religion
Religion, Primitive
Volition
Conation
Will
Fighting
Battles
Use of land
Utilization of land
Land use
Land
Land utilization
Utopias
States, Ideal
Utopian literature
Ideal states

Abstract

In both Mexico and Europe, the adjectives ‘religious’ or ‘Catholic’ have rarely referred to feminism. The meaning of this terminology is problematic not only for some feminists who do not recognise religion as an emancipating vector, but also for the Catholic hierarchy which accuses them of religious principles (Aquin, 1998), as well as for some theologists who regard it as a movement that cannot address the problems of oppressed women (Tamez, 1998). For a long time invisibilise.s, many of its Germany.She, in particular Catholics, are actively involved in women’s emanating enterprise and in the creation of new centres at the heart of the periphery. The aim of this article will be to analyse the earth as a nodal element of the conception of ecofeminist fighting by two peripheral Catholic organisations.

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