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Is The Feminist Critique Of Reason Rational, Linda Martin Alcoff Jan 1996

Is The Feminist Critique Of Reason Rational, Linda Martin Alcoff

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Recent criticism of feminist philosophy poses a dilemma. Feminism is taken to be a substantive set of empirical claims and political commitments, whereas philosophy is taken to be a discipline of thought organized by the pursuit of truth, but uncommitted to any particular truth. This paper responds to this dilemma, and defends the project of feminist philosophy.


Justice And Utility: Who Cares?, Virginia Held Jan 1996

Justice And Utility: Who Cares?, Virginia Held

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In recent decades, the dominant moral theories have been deontological and consequentialist. Also in the last few decades, feminist moral theory has developed. Is feminist moral theory distinctive, or is it just a version of one of these other types of theory? This paper discusses this issue.