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Dictating research: Feminist philosophy and the RAE; The case of economics

by , and / RP 085 (Sep/Oct 1997) / News

Women in philosophy in Britain: The good news and the bad; Feminist philosophy in Israel

by and / RP 080 (Nov/Dec 1996) / News

Chinese Women and Feminist Thought, Beijing,22-24 June 1995

by and / RP 074 (Nov/Dec 1995) / Conference Report

Drucilla Cornell

Feminism, deconstruction and the law
by and / RP 073 (Sep/Oct 1995) / Interview

Heterosexual Utopianism

by / RP 069 (Jan/Feb 1995) / Article

‘When people of a later age look back upon the barbarous customs and superstitions of the times we have the unhappiness to live in, what will they say?’ Sue Bridehead’s question – or rather exclamation – in Jude the Obscure – is, of course, rhetorical; and Hardy has surely been vindicated in this appeal to the enlightenment of  later times to put …

Hiding Out or Moving On?

Feminism in Psychoanalysis
by / RP 068 (Autumn 1994) / Commentary

‘Why are we all here?’, Juliet Mitchell asks her audience, rhetorically. She is opening a conference in London held in May to mark the twentieth anniversary of the publication of her book Psychoanalysis and Feminism. ‘Why are we all here, and not there – as feminists, that is – in the world, in the field? …

Judith Butler

Gender as Performance
by , and / RP 067 (Summer 1994) / Interview

Studying Child Sexual Abuse

Morality or Science?
by / RP 066 (Spring 1994) / Article

Feminism and the Enlightenment

by / RP 063 (Spring 1993) / Article

62 Editorial

by / RP 062 (Autumn 1992) / Editorial

Replies to Richard Rorty’s ‘Feminism and Pragmatism’

1. How Did the Dinosaurs Die Out? How Did the Poets Survive? 2. Richard Rorty: Knight Errant
by and / RP 062 (Autumn 1992) / Article

In ‘Feminism and Pragmatism’ (Radical Philosophy 59, pp. 3-14), Richard Rorty offers feminists an arrangement of convenience. In exchange for their support of his philosophical programme, which involves the rejection of a representationalist account of knowledge and an appearance-reality distinction, he will supply them with what he describes as ‘a few pieces of special purpose …

Reason Without Emotion

by / RP 061 (Summer 1992) / Extras

Sex/Gender Distinction: A Reply to Plumwood

by and / RP 053 (Autumn 1989) / Extras

Mary Wollstonecraft and the Tensions in Feminist Philosophy

by / RP 052 (Summer 1989) / Article

Nietzsche, Ethics & Sexual Difference

by / RP 052 (Summer 1989) / Article

Luce Irigaray and the Female Imaginary

Speaking as a Woman
by / RP 043 (Summer 1986) / Article

Although Luce Irigaray’s name is beginning to be come more familiar in England, her work has not, for the most part, been translated, so that non-French- speaking readers have had to confine themselves to the odd bits and pieces – the translation of an interview in Ideology and Consciousness (1977), a few excerpts …

Women and philosophy

by / RP 017 (Summer 1977) / Article