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Elizabeth Sperry [9]Elizabeth A. Sperry [2]
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    Dupes of Patriarchy: Feminist Strong Substantive Autonomy's Epistemological Weaknesses.Elizabeth Sperry - 2013 - Hypatia 28 (4):887-904.
    Feminist strong substantive autonomy (FSSA), as presented by Natalie Stoljar and Anita Superson, pronounces judgment on the autonomy status of certain women living under oppression. These women act on deformed desires, Superson explains, and as deformed desires cannot be the agent's own, the women are heteronomous. Stoljar argues that some women's choices violate the Feminist Intuition; by acting on false and oppressive values, these women render themselves heteronomous. I argue against Stoljar and Superson on epistemological grounds. I present six different (...)
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    Intellectual Trust in Oneself and Others.Elizabeth Sperry - 2002 - Newsletter of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy 30 (92):35-37.
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    Autonomy Luck: Relational Autonomy, Moral Luck, and Social Oppression.Elizabeth Sperry - 2009 - Social Philosophy Today 25:165-178.
    I bring together three philosophical accounts to argue that differential social shaping puts agents’ autonomy status outside their complete control, thanks to specific forms of good and bad luck generated by agents’ membership in socially privileged and socially oppressed groups. Oppression generates psychological harms and external damages, all of which can impede autonomy. Relational Autonomy analyses suggest that agents become autonomous only through relationships with others and further enact that autonomy in social contexts. Moral Luck theorists examine the apparent paradoxes (...)
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    Autonomy Luck: Relational Autonomy, Moral Luck, and Social Oppression.Elizabeth Sperry - 2009 - Social Philosophy Today 25:165-178.
    I bring together three philosophical accounts to argue that differential social shaping puts agents’ autonomy status outside their complete control, thanks to specific forms of good and bad luck generated by agents’ membership in socially privileged and socially oppressed groups. Oppression generates psychological harms and external damages, all of which can impede autonomy. Relational Autonomy analyses suggest that agents become autonomous only through relationships with others and further enact that autonomy in social contexts. Moral Luck theorists examine the apparent paradoxes (...)
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    Medina on the Social Construction of Agency and Knowledge.Elizabeth Sperry - 2014 - Social Philosophy Today 30:197-205.
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    Review of Alan Malachowski, The New Pragmatism[REVIEW]Elizabeth A. Sperry - 2010 - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 2010 (5).
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    Review of G. Elijah Dann, After Rorty: The Possibilities for Ethics and Religious Belief[REVIEW]Elizabeth Sperry - 2007 - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 2007 (4).
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    Review of Lorenzo Fabbri, The Domestication of Derrida: Rorty, Pragmatism and Deconstruction[REVIEW]Elizabeth A. Sperry - 2009 - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 2009 (4).
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