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Pharmacopornographic Subjectivity in the Work of Paul B. Preciado
This thesis examines 'pharmacopornographic' subjectivity in the work of contemporary Spanish philosopher, Paul B. Preciado, and represents the first extended study of his work. In Preciado's writing, 'pharmacopornographic' describes the entwined influence and dominance of the pharmaceutical and pornographic industries, and the thesis analyses how they produce 'pharmacopornographic' subjects. This thesis explores Preciado's writing on gender, sexuality, pornography, drugs and power between 2002doi:10.17863/cam.32468 fatcat:6naqtvhikbedphlr7jpgn5vjdm