Response-Dependence, Misgendering, and Passing: A Comment on Ásta’s Categories We Live By

Journal of Social Ontology 5 (2):245-249 (2019)
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This comment on Ásta’s Categories we live by: the construction of sex, gender, race, and other social categories discusses Ásta’s arguments that the conferralist view on social properties does better than a response-dependence view concerning gender. Her key argument is that a response-dependence does not allow for mistakes. This comment tries to show that a response-dependence view can accommodate misgendering and passing.

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