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Analytical Feminist Ethics  

Samantha Brennan

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
Feminist ethics is that branch of ethics that is concerned first and foremost with understanding the oppression of women and developing a normative analysis of its wrongness. Analytical ... More

Animal Studies  

Lori Gruen

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
Animal studies is a rapidly developing interdisciplinary field. It has roots in both animal ethics and feminist philosophy. While mainstream animal ethics has not yet incorporated the ... More

Asian American Philosophy and Feminism  

David Haekwon Kim

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter explores the intersection of Asian American philosophy and feminist philosophy. It considers feminist issues within Asian American philosophy and examines Asian American ... More

Bias  

Louise Antony

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of central issues and themes in feminist philosophical reflections on bias and objectivity. Some feminists have argued that objectivity is an unachievable and ... More

Biomedical Technologies  

Susan Dodds

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter focuses on feminist philosophical engagement with biomedical technologies, such as the development of in vitro fertilisation (IVF), genetic engineering, bionic implants, neural ... More

Black Feminist Philosophy and the Politics of Refusal  

Axelle Karera

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter discusses the meaning, possibility, and contributions of Black feminist philosophy. The chapter discusses a politics of refusal that characterizes Black women’s theorizing and ... More

The Body  

Cressida J. Heyes

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an overview of central issues and themes in feminist philosophical reflections on the body. It discusses at greater length three specific examples from recent debates in ... More

Borders and Migration  

Shelley Wilcox

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
Feminist philosophical approaches to migration justice typically employ nonideal methodologies and relational normative frameworks to theorize the complex relationships among intersecting ... More

Continental Feminist Approaches to Philosophy of Science  

Dorothea Olkowski

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of central issues and themes in continental feminist philosophical engagements with philosophy of science, reflection on examples of important contributions ... More

Continental Feminist Ethics  

Erinn Gilson

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of central issues and themes in continental feminist philosophical engagements with ethics. It considers how continental feminist ethics is an extension and ... More

Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality, and Feminist Philosophy  

Natalie Cisneros

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of central issues and themes in feminist philosophical engagements with critical race theory, reflection on examples of important contributions to this ... More

Epistemic Oppression, Ignorance, and Resistance  

Gaile Pohlhaus Jr.

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of how feminist philosophers have understood the function of ignorance, in terms of epistemic oppression and epistemic resistance, with particular attention ... More

The Equality of Men and Women  

Eileen O'Neill

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Jan 2011
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May 2011
This article explores the debate on the equality of men and women in early modern Europe. It suggests that both scepticism and Cartesianism provided new arguments to establish the equal ... More

Essences, Intersections, and American Feminism  

Ann Garry

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Sep 2008
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Sep 2009
In order to capture some of what is interesting and influential in contemporary North American feminist philosophy, this article pursues two strategies. The first half of the article offers ... More

Feminism and Analytic Philosophy of Religion  

Sarah Coakley

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Jun 2007
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Sep 2009
The relation between analytic philosophy of religion and feminist thought has to date been a strained one. To the extent that most analytic philosophers of religion have attended to ... More

Feminism and Disability Theory  

Licia Carlson

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter maps out connections between feminist and disability theories to bring into relief the multiple ways that feminist philosophers are partaking in these conversations. It begins ... More

Feminism and Early Modern Philosophy  

Deborah Boyle

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of the history and central issues in feminist philosophical engagements with early modern philosophy. The chapter describes a “first wave” of feminist ... More

Feminism and Epistemic Injustice  

José Medina

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of central issues and themes in feminist philosophical work on injustice that is distinctly epistemic. The first part of the chapter focuses on the ... More

Feminism in Ancient Philosophy  

Anne-Marie Schultz

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Jun 2021
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May 2021
This chapter offers an account of central issues and themes in feminist philosophical engagements with ancient Greek philosophy. It starts with an overview of the history of feminist ... More

Feminism in Philosophy  

Rae Langton

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Nov 2007
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Sep 2009
This article explores how feminism might illuminate philosophy, and indeed vice versa. The aim is not so much to survey the immense continent of feminist philosophical research, as to ... More

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