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Embodiment & Oppression : Reflections on Haslanger

@inproceedings{Beeghly2019EmbodimentO,
  title={Embodiment \& Oppression : Reflections on Haslanger},
  author={Erin Beeghly},
  year={2019}
}
“As I understand them, feminist and queer theory consist not only in giving an account of the meaning of lives of women and men in all their relational and sexual diversity...Feminist and queer theories are also projects of social criticism. These are theoretical efforts to identify certain wrongful harms or injustices, locate and explain their sources in institutions, and social relations, and propose directions for institutionally oriented action to change them. The latter set of tasks… Expand
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