Feminism as Critique by Seyla Benhabib
Essays on the Politics of Gender in (Feminist Perspectives)

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This is an outstanding collection of essays which brings together for the first time the work of a group of writers well-known in the Marxist-feminist tradition. The essays range from Marx to Foucault and go beyond them to offer genuine advances in the way social and political life can be reconceptualized in the light of feminist critique.

This is an outstanding collection of essays which brings together for the first time the work of a group of writers well-known in the Marxist-feminist tradition. The essays range from Marx to Foucault and go beyond them to offer genuine advances in the way social and political life can be reconceptualized in the light of feminist critique.

 

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Published November 16, 1987 by University of Minnesota Press. 193 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction