1. The Metaphor of Vision and the Construction of Sexist-Norms in Western Metaphysics

Moussa Pourya Asl

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2015, , Pages 91-111


  Current feminisms have emphasized the systematic nature of women’s oppression. Feminist scholars like Luce Irigaray insist that woman’s difference and otherness is a matter of male-dominated institutional definition: because the woman is theoretically subordinated to the concept of masculinity, ...  Read More

2. 'Mother Fixation' and 'Rebellion against the Father Figure' in Wuthering Heights: A Projection of Emily Brontë's Neurosis

Ahad Mehrvand; Moussa Pourya Asl

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2013, , Pages 31-56


    Attempts to present a definitive rational explanation of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights have been a growing concern since its publication in 1847. The abundant, yet incoherent, interpretations of Wuthering Heights, each taking one element of the novel and extrapolating it towards total ...  Read More