Feminism and Modern Philosophy: An Introduction

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INDEX

a
aesthetics 17 , 116 , 133 , 135 -8
Africans 51 , 87
analytic philosophy 38 -9, 41 , 81 , 82 , 89 , 96 , 101 , 111 , 113 -14, 127 , 139 -42
Anscombe, Elizabeth 101
Arendt, Hannah 3 , 132 , 139 , 140 -1, 142
Aristotle 51 , 53 , 71 , 75 , 84 , 85 , 119
Astell, Mary 36

b
Bacon, Francis 4
Bartky, Sandra 7
Benhabib, Seyla 131 -2, 139
Berkeley, George viii , 66
Bloom, Alan: on Emile31
Bordo, Susan 39 - 43 , 45 , 115 ;
Flight to Objectivity39 - 40
Butler, Judith 7

c
Carolina, colony of 48 -9
Cartesianism 36 , 45 , 46 -7, 74 -6
Christianity 52 , 70 -2, 78 -9
Conway, Anne 64 - 83 , 84 , 142
Cook, Captain James: voyages 13 , 22 , 86 , 98 , 120
critical theory 128 -32

d
Darwin, Charles 85
deconstruction 5 , 7 , 91 -2
Derrida, Jacques 5 , 7 - 8 , 92
Descartes, René viii , ix , 2 , 5 , 8 , 34 - 47 , 48 , 64 , 65 , 66 , 67 , 70 , 71 , 72 , 73 , 102 , 106 ;
Discourse on Method35 , 43 ;
on ethics 45 -6;
on logic 44 ;
on mathematics 43 -4;
Meditations39 , 42 , 43 ;
Passions of the Soul46 ;
on practical science 43 , 45 ;
Principles of Philosophy43 ;
psychological interpretations of 41 ;
Rules for the Directionof the Mind43 -4;
on women 35
difference 57 , 59 , 90 -1, 128 , 131 , 138
domestic labor 55 -6, 61 -2
Dutch settlers at the Cape of Good Hope 89 - 90 , 91 , 94 , 96

e
Elisabeth of the Palatine 35 , 45 -6, 47 , 64 -5, 68
empiricism 35 , 48 -9, 77 , 81
Engels, Frederick 60 -1
Enlightenment vii , 2 , 4 , 15 , 79 , 88
essentialism 118 -19, 130 , 137
ethics 2 , 25 , 29 - 31 , 5 , 99 , 107 , 113 , 118 , 123 -4, 132 -3, 134 , 137 -8
evolution 75 -7, 84 -5, 121

f
femininity 118 -20, 121 -2, 137
Filmer, Robert 51 -2
Firestone, Shulamith 58 , 62
Flax, Jane 8
Foucault, Michel 5 , 6 - 8 , 11
free will and determinism 122 -5
freedom of speech 133

g
Gama, Vasco da 92
Genesis 52 , 72 , 87 -8
Gilligan, Carol 118 , 126
God, concept of 70 , 71 -3, 77 , 78
Greece vii

h
Habermas, Jürgen 4
Helmont, Francis Mercury van 64 -6, 68 , 70 , 71 , 78 -9
history xi , 1 , 5 , 37 , 141 ;
empiricism in 5 , 9 , 48 ;
gender bias in 9 - 10 ;
of philosophy vii , ix , 1 - 2 , 38 , 141 -4;
postmodern approaches to 5 - 9 ;
uses of 1 , 37 ;
women's 10
Hobbes, Thomas x , 66 , 71 , 72 , 78 , 80 , 94 , 95

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction - Shaping a Past 1
  • 1 - The Virtues of Misogyny 12
  • 2 - Descartes 34
  • 3 - John Locke and the State of Nature 48
  • 4 - Reworking the Canon 64
  • 5 - Jean Jacques Rousseau and the Noble Savage 84
  • 6 - David Hume 99
  • 7 - Feminist Antinomies 111
  • 8 - Feminist Critical Theory After Kant 127
  • Bibliography of Works Cited 145
  • Index 151
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