Introduction: Notes on Feminist Political Thought

@article{Sunstein1989IntroductionNO,
  title={Introduction: Notes on Feminist Political Thought},
  author={Cass Robert Sunstein},
  journal={Ethics},
  year={1989},
  volume={99},
  pages={219 - 228}
}
As the collection of essays in this symposium reveals, the recent growth of feminist thought has produced a wide range of work in political theory-as it has in most areas of the social sciences and the humanities. A large amount of feminist writing deals with various aspects of the social subordination of women. Much of it also discusses the ways in which that historical fact has affected political theory and political practice; and it explores the possibilities for reformulating both by… 

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