Sexual disorientation: Moral implications of gender norms
History and Philosophy
The color of the book’s cover alludes to the time and context in which this important volume originated: the 3rdInterdisciplinary Conference Celebrating International Women’s Day at the New School for Social Research in New York City. At that time ‘orange alerts’ were issued by the United States to create a climate of fear and thereby stifle any critical debate of its foreign and domestic policy. The feminist thinkers presented in this volume are alert that such a critique is needed. They draw on the various languages of their fields to address wide-ranging topics and key questions in feminist politics, theory and philosophy. They all confront the state of urgency concerning the role of women in all classes of society, in all fields of research and the academy. This unique collection ranges across disciplines; as such the four major topics - aesthetics and female representation, love and psychoanalysis, care and ethics, the different understandings of ‘women’ - represent current topics of cross-disciplinary interest for Women’s and Gender Studies, Philosophy, and Political Science.
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Higgins, P. W. (2005). Sexual disorientation: Moral implications of gender norms. In L. N. Gurley, C. Leeb, & A. A. Moser (Eds.), Feminists contest politics and philosophy: Selected papers of the 3rd Interdisciplinary Conference Celebrating International Women’s Day(pp. 91–103). Brussels, Belgium: Peter Lang.
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