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PHL 353 - Philosophy of Feminism

[3 credit(s)]
An examination of classical and contemporary views on the nature of woman; the variety of response within the feminist movement to the situation of women in modern society; emphasis is placed on discovery of underlying philosophical presuppositions concerning human nature, human good, equality, masculinity, and femininity. Discussion of these underlying philosophical presuppositions will likely include critiques of canonical views and alternate theories developed by feminist philosophers.

This course may fulfill a General Education Requirement.  Click here for more information about General Education Requirements.


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