Feminists Rethink the Self

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • One - Outliving Oneself Trauma, Memory, And Personal Identity. 12
  • Notes 32
  • References 36
  • Two - Autonomy And Social Relationships Rethinking the Feminist Critique 40
  • Notes 58
  • References 59
  • Three - Picking Up Pieces Lives, Stories, and Integrity 62
  • Notes 81
  • References 82
  • Four - Ownership And the Body 85
  • Notes 98
  • References 101
  • Five - Forgetting Yourself 104
  • References 123
  • Six - Queering the Center By Centering The Queer Reflections on Transsexuals And Secular Jews 124
  • Notes 153
  • References 159
  • Seven - Good Grief, It's Plato! 163
  • Notes 174
  • References 176
  • Eight - Sympathy And Solidarity On a Tightrope with Scheler 177
  • Notes 194
  • References 195
  • Nine - Emotion and Heterodox Moral Perception An Essay in Moral Social Psychology 197
  • Notes 214
  • References 216
  • Ten - Human Dependency And Rawlsian Equality 219
  • Notes 253
  • References 263
  • About the Book and Editor 267
  • About the Contributors 269
  • Index 271
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