1. Why a Feminist Volume on Pluralism?
  2. Bonnie Mann, Jean Keller
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. Indigenous Agencies and the Pluralism of Empire
  2. Scott L. Pratt
  3. pp. 13-30
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  1. What Would Philosophic Pluralism Look Like?: True Dialogue, Epistemic Credibility, Rational Parity, and Death in the University
  2. Jennifer Lisa Vest
  3. pp. 31-58
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  1. Asking Too Much? Civility vs. Pluralism
  2. Alison Reiheld
  3. pp. 59-78
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  1. Attending to Others: Simone Weil and Epistemic Pluralism
  2. Shari Stone-Mediatore
  3. pp. 79-95
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  1. Islamic Feminisms and Freedom
  2. Allison Weir
  3. pp. 97-119
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  1. Is an “Islamic Feminism” Possible?: Gender Politics in the Contemporary Islamic Republic of Iran
  2. Paria Gashtili
  3. pp. 121-140
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  1. Beyond the Modern/Religious Dichotomy: The Veil and Feminist Solidarity in Contemporary Turkey
  2. Fulden Ibrahimhakkioglu
  3. pp. 141-156
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  1. Philosophy, Religion, Race, and Queerness: A Question of Accommodation or Access
  2. Kim Q. Hall
  3. pp. 157-173
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  1. Value Pluralism, Intuitions, and Reflective Equilibrium
  2. Lisa Tessman
  3. pp. 175-201
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  1. Radical-cum-Relation: Bridging Feminist Ethics and Native Individual Autonomy
  2. Shay Welch
  3. pp. 203-222
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