4 edition of Philosophy, feminism, and faith found in the catalog.
Philosophy, feminism, and faith
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Other titles||Philosophy, feminism & faith|
|Statement||edited by Ruth E. Groenhout and Marya Bower|
|Series||Indiana series in the philosophy of religion|
|Contributions||Groenhout, Ruth E., 1962-, Bower, Marya, 1959-|
|LC Classifications||BL458 .P48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 302 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||302|
|ISBN 10||0253341779, 0253215617|
|LC Control Number||2002011674|
The relation between analytic philosophy of religion and feminist thought has to date been a strained one. To the extent that most analytic philosophers of religion have attended to feminist theory or feminist theology at all, their acknowledgment has generally gone no further than a belated concession to the use of gender-inclusive by: 1. The essays in this book introduce to American readers the work of a group of British feminist philosophers, representing both the Continental and the analytic traditions, who argue that philosophy is in urgent need of a feminist perspective.
Connecting people into Philosophy. Encouraging conversations and discussions of everything from Politics to Pop Music, Ideology to Identity, Markets to Marxism, Feminism to Faith, Aesthetics to Anarchy, Capitalism to Consciousness and beyond. Feminism and Humanism: Women of Color Beyond Faith In my book Moral Combat: Black Atheists, Gender Politics, and the Values Wars, I argue that the literature on secularism and gender does not capture the experiences of women of color negotiating racism, sexism, and poverty in .
Thank you, Philosophy Talk, for a fascinating podcast on Simone de Beauvoir with Shannon Musset and for the essay above by Laura Maguire. Regarding the critique of second-wave feminism by the third-wave for its supposed focus upon white middle-class women, it could be argued that any specific movement for the freedom of human potential (eg, the civil rights movement, the gay-rights movement. Academic feminism, like the rest of society, badly needs a respectful acceptance of divergent viewpoints. We can’t progress without debating a wide range of good-faith positions. There are limits: Journals should not publish a piece of Holocaust denial or a racist article. But we must be able to make good-faith explorations of difficult issues.
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The voices gathered here from several different traditions―Catholic, Protestant, Quaker, Jewish, and Muslim―represent diverse ethnicities, races, and ages. The challenging and poignant reflections in Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith show how critical thought can successfully mesh with religious faith and social responsibility.5/5(1).
The voices gathered here from several different traditions—Catholic, Protestant, Quaker, Jewish, and Muslim—represent diverse ethnicities, races, and ages.
The challenging and poignant reflections in Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith show how critical thought can successfully mesh with religious faith and social responsibility. The challenging and poignant reflections in Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith show how critical thought can successfully mesh with religious Philosophy and social responsibility.
Excerpt Commitment to any one of the terms listed in the title of this volume seems to preclude commitment to either of the other two. Feminism voices gathered here from several different traditions—Catholic, Protestant, Quaker, Jewish, and Muslim—represent diverse ethnicities, races, and ages.
The challenging and poignant reflections in Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith show how critical thought can successfully mesh with religious faith and social : ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Judaism and the love of reason / Martha C. Nussbaum --Feminism, socialism, and Christianity revisited / Mary B. Mahowald --Philosophizing on Saturday: faith and the philosophical life / Winifred Wing Han Lamb --Three aspects of identity / Mary Christine.
seems to underlie the project of this book. The enigma is the question of how philosophy, feminism, and faith could actually be comfortable bed-fellows. Yet, I seemed to have shared my bed with at least two of these purportedly odd bedfellows for just about a lifetime, without too much by: 7.
Based upon an award winning thesis, here is a book that finally goes beyond just looking at Stein's thought as a curiosity and instead makes a strong argument for her contributions to philosophy, feminism, and "The Theology of the Body" ()/5(7).
The challenging and poignant reflections in Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith show how critical thought can successfully mesh with religious faith and social responsibility. eISBN: Subjects: Philosophy, Sociology, Religion.
How does feminism play out in religious or philosophical commitment. Wrestling with answers to these questions, women who balance philosophy, feminism, and faith write about their lives. The voices gathered here from several different traditions—Catholic, Protestant, Quaker, Jewish, and Muslim—represent diverse ethnicities, races, and ages.
Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith. Indiana Series in the Philosophy of Religion. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Brand: Indiana University Press. (shelved 5 times as feminist-philosophy) avg rating — 28, ratings — published Get this from a library.
Philosophy, feminism, and faith. [Ruth E Groenhout; Marya Bower;] -- "The stories are powerful, sometimes heart-rending, sometimes lyrical, but always deeply personal. And there is some very good philosophizing as part of the bargain."--Merold Westphal How can the.
How does feminism play out in religious or philosophical commitment. Wrestling with answers to these questions, women who balance philosophy, feminism, and faith write about their lives.
The voices gathered here from several different traditions--Catholic, Protestant, Quaker, Jewish, and Muslim--represent diverse ethnicities, races, and ages.
As feminism itself is quite diverse, there are different feminist philosophies in this sense of the phrase.
Liberal feminism, radical feminism, cultural feminism, socialist feminism, ecofeminism, social feminism – each one of these varieties of feminism has some philosophical foundations. Philosophical feminism, a loosely related set of approaches in various fields of philosophy that (1) emphasizes the role of gender in the formation of traditional philosophical problems and concepts, (2) analyzes the ways in which traditional philosophy reflects and perpetuates bias against women, and (3) defends philosophical concepts and theories that presume women’s equality.
Feminist philosophy is an approach to philosophy from a feminist perspective and also the employment of philosophical methods to feminist topics and questions. Feminist philosophy involves both reinterpreting philosophical texts and methods in order to supplement the feminist movement and attempts to criticise or re-evaluate the ideas of traditional philosophy from within a feminist framework.
This is the first book to offer a systematic account of feminist philosophy as a distinctive field of philosophy. The book introduces key issues and debates in feminist philosophy including: the nature of sex, gender, and the body; the relation between gender, sexuality, and sexual difference; whether there is anything that all women have in common; and the nature of birth and its centrality.
Philosophy (from Greek φιλοσοφία, philosophia, literally "love of wisdom") is the study of general and fundamental questions about existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and questions are often posed as problems to be studied or resolved. The term was probably coined by Pythagoras (c. – BCE).
Philosophical methods include questioning, critical discussion. If feminism becomes synonymous with anti-religion, we risk alienating the women we seek to uplift and support. Because while modern religions are all very male-centric, they simply mimic the world that we live in.
That is, religion isn’t the problem - the patriarchy with them is. Let us show support and solidarity with feminists of faith, especially as they fight from within for greater Author: Patricia Valoy.
"In her brilliant new book, Sex and the Catholic Feminist, Sue Ellen Browder traces the little-reported history of pro-life feminism and proposes that it is the authentic women’s movement of the twenty-first er, she says, we can end abortion, strengthen families, end the scourge of pornography, and safeguard our future.
That is essentially the point I’m pressing against feminism as a sub-discipline of philosophy. Let feminism be discussed alongside conservatism, libertarianism, liberalism, fascism, and Author: Spencer Case.Philosophical reflection on religion is as old as Greek questions about Hebrew stories.
Feminist philosophy of religion is a more recent development within Western philosophy that poses feminist questions about religious texts, traditions, and practices, often with the aim of critiquing, redefining, or reconstructing the entire field in light of gender studies.Some hold that philosophy itself is a thoroughly phallocentric enterprise, and deeply flawed.
Other feminists vigorously reject these views. Join John and Ken as they discuss the philosophies of feminism with Barrie Thorne from UC Berkeley, co-author of Feminist Sociology: Life Histories of a Movement.