Themed Articles: Feminisms


Jezebel was a much-maligned woman, but Dane Gordon wonders if she really deserved such a bad name.
[Issue 33: September/October 2001]

Women Philosophers

Therese Dykeman on a case for a Sherlock Holmes and Dorothy Sayers.
[Issue 33: September/October 2001]

Fashion Emergency!

Feminist theory has recently faced accusations of trendiness, but Marianne Janack and Michelle LaRocque leap to its defence.
[Issue 33: September/October 2001]

Why Feminists Should Oppose Feminist Virtue Ethics

Some feminists say women should forget old-fashioned ethical rules and focus on developing positive aspects of their characters. Not so, says Sarah Conly.
[Issue 33: September/October 2001]


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