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Malgré toutes les concessions que je serais disposé à faire au préjugé monogamique, je n'admettrai jamais que l'on parle d'une égalité de droits en amour chez l'homme et la femme, cela n'existe pas. […] [I] I appartient aux conditions de l'amour chez les deux sexes que l'un ne présuppose pas chez l'autre le même sentiment, la même notion d' «amour» (Nietzsche, Le Gai Savoir).

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1. Laqueur, T., Making Sex (Harvard: Harvard University Press, 1990); Foucault, M., L'usage des plaisirs, Histoire de la sexualité, t. 2 (Paris: Gallimard, 1984); Foucault, M., Le souci de soi, Histoire de la sexualité, t. 3 (Paris: Gallimard, 1984).

2. Foucault, M., La volonté de savoir, Paris, Gallimard, 1976; Foucault, L'usage des plaisirs, ibid, supra note 1.

3. Butler, J., Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity, New York, Routledge, 1990.

4. Connell, R. W., Gender and Power, Stanford, (CA)Stanford University Press, 1987.

5. Nietzsche, F., Contribution à la généalogie de la morale, Paris, Bourgois, 1887; 1985 à la p. 193.

6. Irigaray, L., Ce sexe qui n'en est pas un, Paris, Minuit, 1977.

7. Baudrillard, J., La séduction, Paris, Galilée, 1981; dans un tout autre sens MacKinnon, C., Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1989.

8. Foucault, M., L'ordre du discours, Paris, Gallimard, 1971.

9. Foucault, La volonté de savoir, supra note 2.

10. Nietzsche, F., Le Gai Savoir, Paris: Folio, 1882; 1989 at 139.

* Ce texte a été rédigé par l'auteur dans les deux langues et il a demandé à ce qu'il soit publié sous cette forme. This text was written in both languages and the author requested that it be published in this form.

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