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A few activists from forreskin first focus group jokingly discussed the lack of understanding of the surgical procedure by sharing the following anecdote:. I was also working on the passage and I made some further changes. For an enabling reading of the complexities ofGoitein's If there's going to be a statement about the reasons cultures Heterosexual foreskin fetish for or against, it should be supported by evidence. To quote just the numbers of men who suffered from erectile dysfunction before circumcision would skew the report of this study. Rather than the multivariate analysis discounting this forexkin in the two groups of people, it Heterosexual foreskin fetish that the two factors noted were real differences.

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There's a place to make arguments about the merits of circumcision, but it's not here. Correct; these statements are neither NPOV nor in the proper context. It appears that there are still fights going on about it's content. In this case, it is important that casual viewers be alerted. Disputed does not mean that one or the other side is right, just that there is a dispute, and that seems clearly true. The history shows 50 changes in the last 20 days; that sure looks like a Dispute to me Robert Brookes, can you explain why you reverted the changes?

What specific changes do you think are incorrect, and why? A picture of a penis is probably offensive to some people. I'd suggest removing it, replacing it with a drawing maybe. Tom , Sep 3, UTC. Thick, you have it ass about face.

You need to justify the changes you want to make. The onus lies with you. One needs to be vigilant in monitoring the subtle introduction of propaganda by those with an anti-circumcision agenda. Remember NPOV is what this is all about. I've reverted your reversion Robert since it looks like simple vandalism to me. It is not true that thickslab has to justify evert little edit he makes.

You are are the one who is removing factual information. Why are you doing it? As for the photo. Robert was reverting this page before it was added so I doubt that's this issue.

Why have you removed it? If there's something I have introduced that you have an issue with, let's see if we can fix t. Robert, please let me know which changes I made that you object to. Then I can redo the changes I made to spelling, re-ordering, re-wording, etc.

I'm writing a rfc on his behaviour as we speak. Perhaps you could come and certify it and add evidence to it. The statement: "A long tapering foreskin was considered to be a mark of male beauty.

Hodges is a commited anti-circumcision activist who lays claim to being a "circumcision historian". The statement is an entirely expected conclusion he reached as a result of his research.

He is to the anti-circ movement as David Irving is to the Holocaust denialists. This rank speculation should be deleted.

Of course the article has a point of view, just as you have. However, I think it is reasonable that the link remains so that readers can turn to the article if they want to, and make up their own minds. So far all you have said is that the author is biased. If you can show that the author's facts are wrong, please let us know.

What should stated clearly is that Hodges is an anti-circumcision activist. I will insert such a disclaimer where ever his name appears. If there was any doubt in the past that Robert and Jake are pro-circumcision activists, there should be no doubt now. It is interesting Jake quotes Brian Morris who is also a pro-circumcision activist.

If we use Jake's or Robert's standard for including authors, all the references to articles by pro-circumcision activists Edgar Schoen or Thomas Wiswell would have to be deleted from Wikipedia. Neonatal circumcision is not medically necessary. That is not just my opinion; it is the opinion of professional medical organizations in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia summarizes current medical opinion on neonatal circumcision as follows:.

The sentence about evolutionary changes is pure speculation and is not supported by the reference. Robert, I gather that you do not accept what Cold and Taylor have discovered about the foreskin, but that is a separate matter to the following sentence:.

Who are those who see this as evidence of the evolutionary process? Where is the evidence that the foreskin can be described as 'redundant'? To establish this you will need to provide at least one reference. This might be your opinion, but the opinion of one does not translate into 'some'.

I think the designation "Note: This is an anti-circumcision site. Both these facts should be mentioned or both should be removed. I would prefer that both facts should be drawn to the attention of the reader. As for CIRP's editorialising, it is clearly marked as such. Editorialising that I have noticed is usually sparse and directed towards ideas and concepts in articles that has since been superseded by later research. The critical reader is free to accept or reject the editorialising because it is so clearly marked.

I don't understand why you made that revert--the language really was better. I note that Theresa Knott reverted your revert soon after. The seeds of compromise need to be watered and nurtured, not fried in hot oil for an afternoon snack! Why not rework instead of reverting if there's something specific that you object to? Well one again folks here is another calculated deceit from our anti-circumcision friends that needs to be exposed.

It is claimed that cirp. Correct up to a point. Go read this: [2]. Yes it is there together with the yellow pages and train timetables. Nowhere does it claim that cirp. Lies and deceit like this should be exposed and the perpetrators in this case Michael and Theresa should receive official wikipedia censure.

How does one arrange this? Probably with every edition Mark Pallen provides a number of online resources. Throw-away filler stuff.

To claim that The BMJ lists it as a resource is disengenous. These people are attempting to achieve respectability through association. What exactly is your problem? Now perhaps Robert can have the elementary good manners to quit his offensive remarks. Michael Glass. I think the beginning should be changed to "CIRP is opposed to circumcision. It was listed I also think the final sentence should be checked with the British Medical Journal before we put any further claim about the status of the listing.

What do others think? Personally either beginning is fine by me. I do think we only need the one discliamer though. Putting it twice is overkill.

This is a matter of opinion, it assumes that the foreskin "needs" to be retracted. Although this may be a problem if it causes problems with the function of the penis, perfectly healthy people are often "diagnosed" with this problem and even told that they have to have a circumcision to "correct" the problem. It seems that the medical profession is obsessed with telling people how their bodies "should" work, they somehow develop an idea about how the somthing should work and then think that someone who doesn't fit into this "ideal" is somehow abnormal.

Unsigned comments make it hard for any semblance of a dialog to be maintained. I had a friend whose foreskin would not retract. When he got an erection he suffered. Somewhat the same thing happens if you sprain your ankle and have to get your foot into a shoe that originally fit snuggly. As far as I know, doctors don't go around asking their patients, "Would you like a circumcision today?

I know of a number of men whose foreskins will not retract and that gives them no problem at all. It's only a problem if it's a problem, as in your friend's case. I know of at least two men who were offered circumcisions they didn't need, one because his penis was "too big". Paraphimosis won't come forward is a different issue. This statement seems fairly meaningless unless it is put into some kind of context.

I'm confused. Does malignancy always refer to cancer? It was stated: "Unlike the skin on the rest of the body, which is attached to the underlying tissue, the foreskin and shaft skin are free to glide along the shaft of the penis, reducing friction, abrasion and loss of lubricating fluid during sexual intercourse or masturbation.

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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. Log In Sign Up. Kathleen Biddick. Translating the Foreskin. The typological imaginary : circumcision, technology, history I Kathleen Biddick. ISBN cloth: alk. Christianity and other religions-Judaism. Judaism Christian theology -History of doctrines-Middle Ages, Typology Theology -History of doctrines-Middle Ages, Graphic arts-History-To Antisemitism-Psychological aspects-History-To Circumcision-Religious aspects.

Judaism in art. Jews- Historiography. Title BM B Chapter 5 Translating the Foresldn Echo Returns Freud, as I have already noted, consistently avoided Echo in his var- ious discussions of Narcissus and narcissism. His study Moses and Monotheism, in which he posits the "unheimlich" of castration as pre- cisely its acoustical properties of marking the "alien" prophetic kernel within oral tradition, helps us to understand the acoustics he so anx- iously elided in his earlier essay on the uncanny.

My own reading of that essay has attempted to uncrypt Echo in order to open up the space in between castration and circumcision in Freud's work and to Cutting Up History tell a tale of a disavowed erotics of the father's mouth. It is Echo, too, who now needs also to intervene among the contemporary historicists This chapter explores the fantasy of the clean cut that supersession is who eschew lachrymose history without acknowledging the historio- by using eunuchs as a way of thinking about cutting.

In so doing, it graphical problem of thinking Enlightenment and Haskalah together does not attempt to be either a chronological study or a social history -Kant with Mendelssohn. Mendelssohn's understanding of Jewish of eunuchs, although John Boswell wrote in that such a history dialogue asks us to think of Echo as an unhistorical acoustic between was "badly needed. There is much to be learned from his plea for the unhistorical. Supersession repeats itself in moder- to denigrate the "traditional historian.

It is as if the eunuch works as a [their] early modern day vocabularies. In so fetishizing the eunuch, Foucault, as Chapter 3 proposed, had foreclosed a study of the unhistorical. This chapter seeks to open up a gap in the fetish of supersession. It explores inter- stices-between the testicles and the penis, between "that was then , this was now. Sexology also contributed to racializing Jews by In , Freud published his essay on fetishism.

I want to show first how Freud's slip helps clitoris a 'Jew" and female masturbation was called "play[ing] with the us to translate the fetish from individual psychology to institutional Jew. Then I want to pass through this Freudian loophole to the limit of the circumcised foreskin.

At stake in my return Freud knew this eugenics literature and he wrote his essay on to Freud's fetishism is an effort to understand the repetition of his- fetishism as a kind of photographic negative of eugenics discourse. In such belatedness historians Thus, for Freud, a circumcised Jew, the last discursive impression can construct a much-needed ethical relation to the political project before the "uncanny traumatic one" of the clitoral glans would be the of rethinking supersession.

Freud then just before the recognition of the hegemonic violence of racial- begins by discussing the renowned fetish of his analysand the WolfMan, ized and sexualized discourse regarding Jews, which circulated in who had a particular concern with a "shine on the nose" "Glanz auf Freud's Vienna. Put another way, Freud's circumcised foreskin belat- der Nase".

As Freud says, "he exalted a certain sort of 'shine on the edly returns as an institutional trauma, one that has to do with anti- nose ' into a fetishistic precondition. For Freud, Wolf Man heard English spoken in his nursery by his childhood nurse, a circumcised Jewish scientist who was deeply concerned precisely to he translated the German homonymically into English.

The German institutionalize psychoanalysis as a science, and who therefore needed "Glanz auf der Nase " thus becomes the English "glance at the nose.

Glanz and glance also echo the nized glans, the circumcised foreskin, could only be spoken of through obvious, nearly homonymic, medical term, glans, the anatomical word its untranslatability. Nevertheless, Freud, the physi- There are lessons to be learned from the echoes of Freud's essay. His silence Just as institutional trauma precluded Freud from translating across raises questions about the circulation of Freud's own trauma in his and between his own historical embodiment and his scientific work, so essay on fetishism.

What exactly is Freud modeling in his opening does institutional trauma in history preclude rethinking supersession. According to Freud, the fetish encoded in his words the Freud's essay on the fetish fetishistically marks the spacing in which "last impression received before the uncanny traumatic one.

So too has his- it be that the Glanz, glance of the Wolf Man covers over the corporeal torical study of the fetish worked both to periodize and institutional- trauma of the glans exposed without the foreskin? Let us agree for a ize modernity as supersession. Glanz and glance could be read as the last critical impressions do for the uncanny emerges in early modernity.

Pietz thinks of the before the uncanny traumatic one of the circumcised foreskin. Pietz The fetish of Freud and the fetish of anthropologists suggest the carefully delineates the incommensurability of the medieval and the importance of defetishizing supersession and rethinking the fetish early modern fetish as one of economic epistemology: "the notion of unhistorically. The spacing of the fetish between body and institution, the feitifo, as conceived within [medieval] church doctrine on witch- between human-object and trinket-thing, offers a gap in which to start craft, did not raise the essential problem of the fetish: the problem such a project.

The much acclaimed postcolonial ethnography, In an of the social and personal value of material objects. Ghosh describes the Mediterranean trading diaspora of the tion and cultural space Europe and Mrica. His economic model ninth through the twelfth centuries as a medieval Golden Age. His narrow economic that is, "indistinguishable, intertwined histories, Indian, Egyptian, definition of the fetish as a material object enables him to ward off Hindu and Muslim.

Pietz models his modern fetish Europeans would bring to this diaspora history with a capital "H," as the last impression before catching sight of the enslaved Mrican that is, a metahistory of violence and force that permanently shattered body. Ghosh gives special attention to piecing together the history sis and social history, inhabiting the threshold of both personal and of a medieval Hindu slave-discovered in the document MS H.

He intertwines positions-magical, material, and sexual-simultaneously. Yet, sur- the archival story of the slave with an ethnography of his fieldwork prisingly, the complexity she allows the fetish has no effect on the way undertaken in peasant villages in Egypt in the s. She begins her genealogy of imperialism con- As in recent histories of the fetish by Pietz and McClintock, Ghosh ventionally with Columbus in and illustrates her point with that imagines an impassable divide between premodernity history with a well-known and ubiquitously reproduced engraving of Vespucci en- small "h" and modernity history with a large "H".

There are body countering America embodied as a naked female "native. The peri- text and transgress the binary he would maintain. Ghosh's impossible odization of Imperial Leather, conceived through an implicit pre- desire for a plenitudinous medieval Golden Age gets written back modernity, paradoxically repeats the imperial supersessions inherent on him, we shall see, as these severed genitalia.

As in my reading of in anthropological discourse on the fetish circulating in the nine- Freud's essay on fetishism, I am curious to mark which translations teenth century. Take, for example, the key texts as Edward Tylor's Ghosh avoids in a work that is all about translation.

His refusals to Primitive Culture: Researches into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy, translate become for me the clues to sites of historiographic trauma ,, Religion, Art and Custom and F. Max Muller's Lectures on the that remain unthought, these sites that can help us to understand the Origin and Growth of Religion For Tylor fetishism served as the institutional dispossessions that are too traumatic for Ghosh to avow.

Black and white, pre- and post-, the fetishes not what they seem. At crucial moments of ethnographic encounter, of periodization and the periodizations of the fetish do read fetishis- Ghosh cannot find the words for things. The very first word to fail tically: "I know it but even so"-I know the problem of imperial time Ghosh in his ethnography is the word for "sex. He writes: "I had no concep- The Scene of the Accident tion that ducks had penises and vaginas. His ignorance is the cause of adolescent I take up his ethnography again as Ghosh travels to the Malibar hilarity to Jabir, who quickly veers the conversation to the question of coast to conduct the philological research necessary to decipher the circumcision.

For the first time Ghosh reveals to a villager the fact that paleography of the slave's name that appears in document MS H. Where there had been a failure of translation "For me a great deal depended on this meeting, for my unraveling of around sex, Ghosh now suddenly supplies an abundance of knowledge, the slave's history had been blocked by an intractable etymological an etymology for the word circumcision: "In Arabic the word 'circum- puzzle, the mystery of his name.

Here is the torical subject could be constrained by his condition of enslavement. At this "So what about circumcision? The word to "purify" makes Golden Age. He compares medieval slavery to the yardstick of early a verbal equation between male circumcision and clitoridectomy, being the modern plantation systems.

Slavery too has its superses- So insistent are the villagers that an anguished Ghosh abruptly leaves sions. How tan he reconcile his corporeal "wholeness"- and Bomma, the slave, could frequently serve as a career opening to his intact foreskin that seemingly guarantees immunity from castra- the highest level of government and a fictive way of creating kinship. Ghosh is faced were in some small way ennobling-human connections, pledges of with the fantastic dilemma of having it the phallus and being it the commitment, in relationships that could just as well have been a mat- clitoris.

Rather than explore the unhistorical possibilities of rethink- ter of mere exchange of coinage. He anxiously insists on the temporal binary of his- question of medieval slavery. In so doing, as I II. Few revisionist histories seem eager to explore further the claim, made Now, slavery in the ancient East is a very complicated subject. But, when some time ago by Maurice Lombard, that long-distance slave-exchange we confine ourselves to the status of slaves in Israel and in Arabia, a compar- was the very edifice that sustained the Golden Age: "slave-traffic was, atively consistent picture emerges.

He chose the symbol of Slavery is thus a family affair and also a masculine matter. Both the scissor to mark the border sites at which he had found evidence Ghosh and Goitein elide slavery with male, domestic slavery. The that slaves were castrated in preparation for their trade into the desire for a Golden Age traps them into dismissing the pervasive evi- Mediterranean heartland of the Golden Age economy.

The they write off a large number of slaves as constituting a "barbarian word that cannot be said in the cryptonomy of Ghosh's book, the slave corps," 50 neither Arab nor Jewish, that therefore does not count translation that cannot be made, is not the painstakingly recon- in discussions of the Golden Age.

The essentialist, racialist lines that structed name, "Bomma," but rather, I contend, the word "slave," a Goitein eschews when he wishes to draw affinities between Jews and word with a traveling history. The very name of slavery has a material, Arabs become the very grounds for excluding barbarian slaves. Many embodied genealogy in the long-distance exchange conducted by and histories of medieval world economies likewise are silent about slavery across "pagan," Christian, Islamic, and Jewish trading partners during in this Golden AgeY Janet Abu-Lughod, in her study Before European the Golden Age.

The Arabic word for slave-"saqlabi" singular or "saqaliba" edge the scale of economic exchange during the ninth to the twelfth plural -continues in a new status designation the once ethnic des-- centuries and the importance of the slave trade to that exchange. Saqlabi also Trade in World History, is silent about the kind of commerce that fueled served as a common synonym in Arabic for the word "eunuch. Adult males "culture," but not as involved in economic exchange: exchanged from Slavic regions into al-Andalus and the eastern Med- In the broadest perspective of Afro-Eurasian history, in the period from iterranean were commonly castrated at ports of entry; hence , the AD to at least , Islam was the central civilization for the whole of the Old scissors that mark these sites on Lombard's maps.

The slippage from World.

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