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Pathological Patriarchy: Carol Gilligan Naomi Snider on Why Does Patriarchy Persist?

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Carol Gilligan Naomi Snider: Why Does Patriarchy Persist? Carol Gilligan Naomi Snider Why Does Patriarchy Persist? Carol Gilligan is a writer, activist, NY University professor, and the author of In A Different Voice, one ...
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Carol Gilligan is a writer, activist, NY University professor, and the author of In A Different Voice, one of the most influential feminist books of all time.

Naomi Snider is a research fellow at NYU, and founder of NYU's Radical Listenting Project

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They've co-authored the book, Why Does Patriarchy Persist?

Interview notes (prep and actual interview)

What is the definition of patriarchy?

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Roots of the terms

Patriarchy vs democracy

Bringing women's voices into the conversation changes the conversation.

"As humans we are basically relational, empathic, responsive beings."

Avoidant attachment

How does patriarchy hurt men?

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Carol, can you talk about the idea you propose in your book, In a Different Voice?

Then explain how it ties in with your new book, Why Does Patriarchy exist?

Part of the process of becoming a boy is the suppression of empathy, the hiding of vulnerability.

Patriarchy and democracy

Democracy and connection

What is connection? What are the challenges of connection?, Crises of connection

Difference between relationship and relationships

The human psyche, the human soul resists the loss of human capacities. (which patriarchy inflicts upon men and women)

Rules of patriarchy. Consequences of breaking them

Myths related to patriarchy: Oedipus, Eros, Psyche and Venus

Oedipus story is about patriarchy

Eros and Psyche story is about how to break free of patriarchy

Unconscious effects of patriarchy

Story of Adam and his friend Ollie

Story of Jackie and her silence about her rape.

Psychological functions and motives of patriarchy

Evolutional anthropology and Patriarchy

Domination vs relationships

Sacrfice of love and patriarchy, refuge from loss

Patriarchy and hierarchy

Resistance to ". Love, losing connection

Three kinds of resistance: Immune, Healthy psychological resistance to pressure, political resistancespeaking truth to power

Oppression vs relational capacity

Core tie between oppressions: Desire to live in connection, have voice, register rupture, respond with protest

Baby video .ly/babydisrupted

Connection, ruptures, healing hierarchy

Tie to John Bowlby's pathology description

Patriarchal Womanhood, manhood

Authoritarians

Initiation into patriarchal manhood and womanhood subverts the ability to repair ruptures in relationship.

Trump, trump supporters, his meeting with Pelosi

Patriarchy produces loss of connection while protecting us

People sacrifice connection through the embrace of patriarchy to, in a sense, circumcise their hearts

Boys moving through prekindergarten to kindergarten to first grade, becoming boys, suppressing empathy, hiding vulnerability.

Boys go from loving their best friend to, by the end of high school, not having one.

Patriarchy persists in part because it forces a betrayal of love and then renders the loss irreparable.

Preventing being like Oedipus, blindly walking into what be our fate.

Loss of connection

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Why does patriarchy exist? That is perhaps a better question. Rian Eisler addressed that somewhat in "The Chalice and the Blade" The Minoan culture seemed to do well without it as do the current Mosuo in China. To understand how patriarchy may have evolved, compare chimpanzees with bonobos.

Patriarchy is about controlling women's sexuality so that the father of the child can be better determined because the mother is the only certain parent. There are tribes in the Amazon that have never been patriarchal in that sense. The father of a child is all the men that had sex with the mother. The body of the fetus is composed of all their semen. A baby with many fathers to support it is more likely to survive. In an egalitarian living situation a child has many people to interact with. Those groups visit other groups bearing gifts and home made booze. The ensuing party results in the exchange of personal favors. Such interactions reduces violence. They do not want to harm their son, father, brother, sister, daughter. They are the Make Love Not War hippy tribes.

Before they created their myths the Greeks had already been living in a heirarchical society for thousands of years and the myths reflect that.

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Research on patriarchy as it exists in Cuba almost 60 years after the revolution would be interesting. How has the ability of women and men to express themselves changed if at all?

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