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Distinguished feminist philosophers consider the future of their field and chart its political and ethical course in this forward-looking volume. Engaging with themes such as the historical trajectory of feminist phenomenology, ways of perceiving and making sense of the contemporary world, and the feminist body in health and ethics, these essays affirm the base of the discipline as well as open new theoretical spaces for work that bridges bioethics, social identity, physical ability, and the very nature and boundaries of the female body. Entanglements with thinkers such as Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Beauvoir, and Arendt are evident and reveal new directions for productive philosophical work. Grounded in the richness of the feminist philosophical tradition, this work represents a significant opening to the possible futures of feminist phenomenological research.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Half Title, Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. A Feminist Phenomenology Manifesto
  2. Helen A. Fielding
  3. pp. vii-xxii
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  1. Introduction
  2. Dorothea E. Olkowski, Helen A. Fielding
  3. pp. xxiii-xxxviii
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  1. Part 1. The Future Is Now
  1. 1. Using Our Intuition: Creating the Future Phenomenological Plane of Thought
  2. Dorothea E. Olkowski
  3. pp. 3-20
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  1. 2. Just Throw Like a Bleeding Philosopher: Menstrual Pauses and Poses, Betwixt Hypatia and Bhubaneswari, Half Visible, Almost Illegible
  2. Kyoo Lee
  3. pp. 21-46
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  1. 3. Transformative Lines of Flight: From Deleuze to Masoch
  2. Lyat Friedman
  3. pp. 47-65
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  1. 4. Crafting Contingency
  2. Rachel McCann
  3. pp. 66-88
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  1. Part 2. Negotiating Futures
  1. 5. Open Future, Regaining Possibility
  2. Helen A. Fielding
  3. pp. 91-109
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  1. 6. Of Women and Slaves
  2. Debra Bergoffen
  3. pp. 110-124
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  1. 7. Unhappy Speech and Hearing Well: Contributions of Feminist Speech Act Theory to Feminist Phenomenology
  2. Beata Stawarska
  3. pp. 125-138
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  1. Part 3. The Ontological Future
  1. 8. Adventures in the Hyperdialectic
  2. Eva-Maria Simms
  3. pp. 141-154
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  1. 9. The Murmuration of Birds: An Anishinaabe Ontology of Mnidoo-Worlding
  2. Dolleen Tisawii’ashii Manning
  3. pp. 155-182
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  1. 10. Trans-subjectivity/Trans-objectivity
  2. Christine Daigle
  3. pp. 183-200
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  1. Part 4. Our Future Body Images
  1. 11. The "Normal Abnormalities" of Disability and Aging: Merleau-Ponty and Beauvoir
  2. Gail Weiss
  3. pp. 203-217
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  1. 12. The Transhuman Paradigm and the Meaning of Life
  2. Christina Schües
  3. pp. 218-241
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  1. 13. The Second-Person Perspective in Narrative Phenomenology
  2. Annemie Halsema, Jenny Slatman
  3. pp. 242-256
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  1. 14. Hannah Arendt and Pregnancy in the Public Sphere
  2. Katy Fulfer
  3. pp. 257-274
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  1. Part 5. Present and Future Selves
  1. 15. Is Direct Perception Arrogant Perception?: Toward a Critical, Playful Intercorporeity
  2. April N. Flakne
  3. pp. 277-298
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  1. 16. Leadership in the World through an Arendtian Lens
  2. Rita A. Gardiner
  3. pp. 299-312
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  1. 17. Identity-in-Difference to Avoid Indifference
  2. Emily S. Lee
  3. pp. 313-327
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  1. 18. What Is Feminist Phenomenology? Looking Backward and Into the Future
  2. Silvia Stoller
  3. pp. 328-354
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 355-364
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780253030115
Related ISBN
9780253029621
MARC Record
OCLC
1005202944
Pages
400
Launched on MUSE
2017-10-26
Language
English
Open Access
No
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