Abstract

In this article I analyze Michèle Le Dœuff’s rich diagnosis of the way philosophical pedagogy excludes women and her proposal for philosophy’s transformation into a more open and plural endeavor. I argue, however, that Le Dœuff does not address the question of how philosophy thus transformed should be taught. I thus explore the ways that her vision of a pluralized philosophy could be incorporated into philosophical pedagogy, providing a Le Dœuffian alternative to the traditional pedagogical model she opposes.

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