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Where Are the Women?: Why Expanding the Archive Makes Philosophy Better

Book – Philosophy has not just excluded women. It has also been shaped by the exclusion of women. As the field grapples with the reality that sexism is a central problem not just for the demographics of the field but also … Continue reading

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Women in Philosophy

The point in thinking about the intersection of feminism and philosophy is not only to do justice to historical women who have been excluded from our consideration. Rather the point is to gain traction on our own time. How have … Continue reading

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Women in philosophy: A reading list

This March, in recognition of Women’s History Month, the OUP Philosophy team will be celebrating Women in Philosophy. The philosophy discipline has long been perceived as male-dominated, so we want to recognize some of the incredible female philosophers from the … Continue reading

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Deleuze and the Body Without Organs – Disreading the Fit Feminine Identity

This article examines the possibilities for resistant feminine body identity through the lens of Deleuzian feminism. To do this, the author relies on Deleuze’s critique of philosophical thought that constructs identity as a series of dichotomous oppositions. According to Deleuze, … Continue reading

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Adorno Letter to Fromm on Women

More and more I am convinced that the actual coincidence of Marxist theory and psychoanalysis lies not only in analogies of superstructure and base with ego and id etc., but rather in the connection between the fetish character of the … Continue reading

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