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Autonomy, Gender, Politics (Studies in Feminist Philosophy) Kindle Edition

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"Powerful... Autonomy, Gender, Politics makes a major contribution to the philosophical literature on autonomy and gender. Whether or not one is ultimately persuaded by her content-neutral account of autonomy, Friedmans discussion of the philosophical and social policy issues raised by a relational approach to autonomy is illuminating, challenging and insightful."--Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews


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Marilyn Friedman is at Washington University, St. Louis.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sharon L. Presley on May 2, 2015
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Well-written and from a point of view that is divergent from most other feminist philosophers. Rather than condemning individualism as many feminist scholars do, Friedman sees a role for it, as well as the concept of negative rights. She offers a hard-hitting analysis of Rawls, calling his idea of an allegedly consenting citizenry into question. Pointing out that the idea of everyone in a liberal society agreeing to be governed is a "hopeless nonstarter," she offers no solutions but raises important questions.
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By Totoro on February 13, 2015
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Arrived within a couple days and in perfect condition. Tough read but very informative.
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