Review of Autonomy, Gender, Politics by Marilyn Friedman [Book Review]

Dialogue 44 (1):174-176 (2005)
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Abstract

Friedman presents a well-considered theory of autonomy, usefully elaborating the ways social influence is compatible and incompatible with autonomous action. In its reconciliation of autonomy and gender socialization, Friedman’s account makes important progress in addressing feminist concerns about autonomy. Nonetheless, Friedman could say more about the role of political society, particularly liberal society, in protecting and promoting autonomy.

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