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Feminist Political Theory without Apology: Anna Doyle Wheeler, William Thompson, and the Appeal of One Half the Human Race, WomenHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Mary Wollstonecraft on Motherhood and Political Participation: An Overlooked Insight into Women's SubordinationHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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“I Desire to Suffer, Lord, because Thou didst Suffer”: Teresa of Avila on SufferingHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Beyond Science Wars Redux: Feminist Philosophy of Science as Trustworthy Science CriticismHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
What Is Trans Philosophy?Hypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Securing Cisgendered Futures: Intersex Management under the“Disorders of Sex Development” Treatment ModelHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Mary Astell on Bad Custom and Epistemic InjusticeHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From Standpoint Epistemology to Epistemic OppressionHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Resources, Rules, and OppressionHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Waste Culture and Isolation: Prisons, Toilets, and Gender SegregationHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Against“Transracialism”: Revisiting the DebateHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Notes on ContributorsHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Issue information‐ Title pageHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
New Ecofeminisms: Matters of Life and/or DeathHypatia276 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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Evaluating Elizabeth Grosz's Biological TurnHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
“I Desire to Suffer, Lord, because Thou didst Suffer”: Teresa of Avila on SufferingHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Beyond Science Wars Redux: Feminist Philosophy of Science as Trustworthy Science CriticismHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
What Is Trans Philosophy?Hypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Securing Cisgendered Futures: Intersex Management under the“Disorders of Sex Development” Treatment ModelHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Mary Astell on Bad Custom and Epistemic InjusticeHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
From Standpoint Epistemology to Epistemic OppressionHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Resources, Rules, and OppressionHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Waste Culture and Isolation: Prisons, Toilets, and Gender SegregationHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Against“Transracialism”: Revisiting the DebateHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Notes on ContributorsHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Issue information‐ Title pageHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
New Ecofeminisms: Matters of Life and/or DeathHypatia516 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Slave, Sister, Sexborg, Sphinx: Feminine Figurations in Nick Land's PhilosophyHypatia1012 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
“Speaking into the Void”? Intersectionality Critiques and Epistemic BacklashHypatia3032 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Embodied Disbelief: Poststructural Feminist AtheismHypatia3201 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Relational Knowing and Epistemic Injustice: Toward a Theory of Willful Hermeneutical IgnoranceHypatia3784 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
Toward a Decolonial FeminismHypatia4098 dayssaveRefWorksSFX Info
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