Preparing the Way for a Feminist Praxis

Hypatia 1 (1):101 - 116 (1986)
Abstract
Simone de Beauvoir in The Second Sex identifies the philosophical vantage point from which she will survey the situation of women as existentialist. The ways in which she must later compromise that committment to theory in order to remain true to her feminist insights foreshadow recent developments in feminist ethics and epistemology.
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