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In short, Sex and Character makes for sombre reading. In the face of all that is unpalatable about Weininger's thesis, Daniel Steuer's well-crafted and insightful introduction argues that the young Viennese's philosophical contribution can be separated from his misogyny and antisemitism, and offers a gentle rebuke to the ahistoricity of those who judge Weininger's methodology and findings on the bases of their own preference for enlightenment rationality.
Steuer goes on to suggest that, once "freed of its metaphysical application to gender and to race, [ Sex and Character ] can be seen as a philosophical plea against the exclusion of phenomena which lie outside an instrumental and functional conception of the world" p.
It is unclear, however, whether this perspective entirely avoids the evaluatory ahistoricity that is elsewhere bemoaned; its temptation, surely, must be both to shear the book of its offensive aspects as being historically contingent and hence incidental to its "meaning," and then go on to hail Weininger's heroic stance in the face of modernity's drive to reification.
Nor is it clear whether Weininger's ethical and metaphysical preoccupations can in fact be separated from his notorious characterizations of "Woman" and "Jew. As such the book raises familiar worries about the pliability of enlightenment thought towards an "exclusionary" direction. Weininger's wholesale feminization--and "judification"--of empiricism and modernity is further exacerbated by the fact that the continuum between the polar opposites of "Man" and "Woman" turns out to be rather more discontinuous than his early chapters indicate.
To some significant degree, then, the ideal types of "M" and "W" can and should be mapped onto actual men and women, and, by implication, onto actual Jews and Aryans. But even without this conflation of the typological with the historically manifest, the normative quality of the binaries that govern Weininger's ontology and epistemology are disquieting, and hint at the fascistic potential of Platonic "realism" and phenomenological intuitionism.
While the text's historical value seems clear, therefore, its philosophical contribution will remain disputed. Finally, the new translation will attract those interested in Weininger, the man, and the mystery that surrounds his motivations for suicide. In fact, despite the--often well-deserved-- scorn piled onto the genre of psycho-biography in both its popular and academic incarnations, it is to some degree inevitable that one reads the book as a compendium of Weininger's anxieties and obsessions, and, through his, the anxieties and obsessions of a generation of young Viennese men--a cohort who found themselves caught between the excitement over scientific discovery and relative social mobility, and the yearning for the supposed simplicity of yesteryear that so characterizes modernity.
Here, too, the clash between the temptation to reduce Weininger to a "case study" and his own insistence on man's unique, autonomous individuality produces a reading experience at once frustrating and tantalizing. One must thank the translator and editors of the present volume for making this experience possible for a wider audience. Citation: Daniel Vyleta. H-Histsex, H-Net Reviews. June, Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
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