История человеческой красоты в феминистской мысли
The article reviews the historical dynamics of the conceptualization of human beauty in feminist thought throughout the 20th century. The article proposes a comparative and critical analysis of the texts, which represent certain stages and the characteristic modes of feminist theory in the most concentrated form. The author selected from the first wave of feminism Alexandra Kollontai, who also represents the Marxist theory; from the second wave, Simone dе Beauvoir, who plays a key role in the development of feminism; and from the third wave, Naomi Wolf, who draws attention to the human beauty for both research and revolutionary “ideological” perspective. It is argued that the trend of such research attention of the feminist approach shows that it is becoming more and more concentrated on the moment of the concept, which is reduced only to the function of human beauty in social life. Therefore, the sensuous experience of human beauty is limited exclusively to the subjective and false perception, which, in fact, brings about the losing its own truth.