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Feminist Philosophy And Science Fiction: Utopias And Dystopias Paperback – July 31, 2007

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Editorial Reviews


"This gem of an anthology compiles the history of utopian and dystopian - and, not coincidentally, feminist and antifeminist - Western philosophy rooted in Plato and Charlotte Perkins Gilman, John Stuart Mill, and Nel Noddings, then provides a body of diverse work to illustrate the realization of philosophy through literature....Casual readers, feminist scholars, and teachers...will welcome this book; recommended."

"Little's anthology offers an array of classic and recent feminist science fiction short stories by both women and men that explores...the tragedies and comedies of gendered experience....I've already ordered this anthology for...'Literature by Women - Science Fiction.'"
JANE DONAWERTH, Professor of English
University of Maryland, Author of
Frankenstein's Daughters: Women Writing Science Fiction

"This compelling anthology belongs in every Science Fiction collection."
BILL CLEMENTE, Professor of English
Peru State College

About the Author

Judith A. Little (Potsdam, NY) is chair and associate professor of philosophy at the State University of New York at Potsdam.

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