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By Sarah Borden Sharkey
This booklet articulates the theoretical outlines of a feminism built from Aristotle’s metaphysics, creating a new contribution to feminist idea. Readers will detect why Aristotle was once now not a feminist and the way he may need develop into one, via an research of Aristotle and Aristotelian culture. the writer indicates how Aristotle’s metaphysics can be utilized to articulate a very sophisticated and theoretically robust knowing of gender which could supply a hugely useful gizmo for distinctively feminist arguments.
This paintings builds on Martha Nussbaum’s ‘capabilities method’ in a extra explicitly and punctiliously hylomorphist manner. the writer exhibits how Aristotle’s hylomorphic version, constructed to run among the extremes of Platonic dualism and Democritean atomism, can equally be used this day to articulate a view of gender that takes physically variations heavily with no decreasing gender to organic determinations.
Although written for theorists, this scholarly but obtainable e-book can be utilized to handle simpler concerns and the ultimate bankruptcy explores girls in universities as one instance. This booklet will attract either feminists with constrained familiarity with Aristotle’s philosophy, and students of Aristotle with restricted familiarity with feminism.
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An Aristotelian Feminism (Historical-Analytical Studies on Nature, Mind and Action) by Sarah Borden Sharkey