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Marxist Feminist Dialectics for the 21st Century

  title={Marxist Feminist Dialectics for the 21st Century},
  author={Nancy C. M. Hartsock},
  journal={Science \& Society},
Marxist dialectics contain several features that can help feminist theorists gain a better understanding of social life. First, Marxist dialectics call for the development of alternatives to Enlightenment accounts of what is to count as truth or knowl- edge. Second, Marx's work provides materials for a more nu- anced and socially embedded understanding of subjectivity and agency than is available from either contemporary liberal theo- ries or post-structuralist theories. And third, the… 

Developments of Analytical Logic and Dialectical Logic with Regard to the Study of Process Dynamics

Purpose – There has been very little development of the capacity of dialectical logic during the last hundred years or so, while the capacity of post-Cartesian analytical logics has expanded greatly

Authoring Social Responsibility

To better understand how researchers author social responsibility, the authors closely examined the “privileged” language in Mitchell Duneier’s and Carol Stack’s ethnographic texts and the ways that

The Long March toward Revitalization: Developing Standpoint in Curriculum Studies

  • W. Au
  • Education, Sociology
    Teachers College Record: The Voice of Scholarship in Education
  • 2012
Background/Context There historically exists significant epistemological and political tension within the field of curriculum studies. Further, although there is some application of standpoint theory

The pitfalls of a ‘democracy promotion’ project for women of Iraq

‘Democracy promotion’ as part of a larger project of ‘reconstruction’ is hailed in mainstream academia and in policy circles as an essential component of rebuilding the state and civil society in

Conditions Surrounding Four Mexican Females’ Quest for a Higher Education in a Southeastern United States Community

This qualitative case study collection followed 4 self-identified collegebound Mexican immigrants as they moved from their senior year of high school through their first semester of college. The

Occupational Medicine: Toward a Worker/Patient Empowerment Approach to Occupational Illness

  • M. Lax
  • Medicine, Psychology
    International journal of health services : planning, administration, evaluation
  • 2002
It is argued that the biomedical approach is inadequate to effectively evaluate and treat occupational illness and an alternative approach is offered that builds on aspects of these perspectives as well as the “popular education” work of Paulo Freire.

The Fetish of the Objective Finding

  • M. Lax
  • Medicine
    New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS
  • 2000
To resist efforts to fetishize the objective finding, clinicians need to recognize the subjective elements of objective methods as well as the objective value of subjective data.


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Justice, Nature and the Geography of Difference

Thoughts for a Prologue. Introduction. Part I: Orientations. 1. Militant Particularism and Global Ambition. 2. Dialectics. 3. A Cautionary Tale on Internal Relations. 4. The Dialectics of Discourse.

Materialist feminism and the politics of discourse

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The Man in Question

Truth and Method: Feminist Standpoint Theory Revisited

  • S. Hekman
  • Sociology
    Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  • 1997
I N 1983, THE PUBLICATION of Nancy Hartsock's Money, Sex, and Power changed the landscape of feminist theory. The scope of the book alone ensures it a prominent place in feminist thought. It includes