A philosophical analysis of the problematical feminist-liberal approaches to the phenomenon of multiculturalism. Down with feminist liberalism?
AbstractIn this paper, two theories of feminist liberalism (Okin and Nussbaum) are evaluated from a multicultural-feminist perspective. This paper argues that Ayelet Shachar's multicultural feminism offers us a better theoretical philosophical model to cope with gender and multicultural issues than feminist comprehensive liberalism and political liberalism do.
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