Filosofia delle donne

Laterza, Bari (2007)
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Filosofia delle donne (Philosophy of Women) is a book written in Italian in which authors Pieranna Garavaso (University of Minnesota, Morris, USA) and Nicla Vassallo (University of Genoa, Italy) claim that a greater interaction between analytic philosophy and feminist philosophies can generate philosophical theories that are more accessible and relevant to a broader range of people. This interaction can also produce richer solutions to traditional philosophical problems. The authors' main interests are in metaphysics and epistemology; thus the two main issues discussed in the book are women's identity and women's knowledge.

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Pieranna Garavaso
University of Minnesota, Morris
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University of Genoa

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