TALES OF TERROR AND TORMENT: THOUGHTS ON BOUNDARIES AND TRUTH-TELLING

Denise M Ackerman

Abstract


This article centres on the highly contentious concept of boundaries as viewed from a feminist theological perspective.  The point is made that the concept both hinders and helps women in their struggles.  This is briefly touched upon with reference to feminist theory, ethical discourse and women’s identity formation.


Keywords


Boundaries; terror; torment; truth-telling; feminist theology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/63-0-1501

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