Domination and Intersectional Justice

The connection between domination and exploitation of nature under the sociological and ideological bases that solidified the gender hierarchy, naturalized sexual practices and instrumentalized non human species, strengthened the maxim of the opposition between the active and the passive, the weak and the strong, male and female, the urban life and the country life, and so on. This research axis aims to think about the nuances of the distinct forms of contemporary domination in order to (1) enable an accurate diagnose about the oppressive structure that regulates the category other, and (2) propose theoretical bases to advocate for an ethical-political notion of intersectional justice that are simultaneously against human and non human exploitation.