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Hegel and Feminist Philosophy
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Introduction.

Chapter One: Feminist Philosophy and the Way of Despair.

Introduction.

Thinking as a Feminist.

Feminist Re-thinkings of Reason and Truth.

Feminist Re-thinkings of Moral Agency and Judgement.

Feminist Re-Thinkings of Politics.

Conclusion.

Chapter Two: Philosophy as the Task of Comprehension.

Introduction.

Phenomenology and Science.

On Nature, History and Right.

Feminist Readings of Hegel.

Conclusion.

Chapter Three: Thinking the Second Sex.

Introduction.

Ambiguities.

How Has 'Woman' Come to Be?.

Thinking Being as Life; Existence as Spirit.

Conclusion.

Chapter Four: Re-thinking the Second Sex.

Introduction.

Antigone's Story.

Hegel's Antigone.

Towards a Hegelian Feminist Philosophy.

Conclusion.

Chapter Five: Hegel and Feminist Ethics.

Introduction.

Moral Identity and an Ethics of Difference.

Hegel, the 'Moral Point of View' and 'Ethical Life'.

Conclusion.

Chapter Six: Hegel and the Sexual Contract.

Introduction.

Modern Patriarchy.

Beyond the Sexual Contract.

Towards a Hegelian Feminist Ethical Theory.

Conclusion.

Conclusion.

Notes.

References

About the Author

Kimberly Hutchings is a senior lecturer in political theory at the University of Edinburgh. Her publications include Kant Critique and Politics (Routledge, 1996), International Political Theory (Sage, 1999) and (co-edited with Roland Dannreuther) Cosmopolitan Citizenship (Macmillan, 1999). She is an active member of the Society for Women in Philosophy and the Reviews Editor of the journal Contemporary Political Theory.

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