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Critical realism, feminism, and gender : a reader

By: Grohmann, Steph(Edited by) Gunnarsson, Lena (Lund University, Sweden)(Edited by) van Ingen, Michiel (London School of Economics, UK)(Edited by)

Part of the Routledge Studies in Critical Realism series
1138083704 / 9781138083707
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305.42
01/06/2020
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24 cm 302 pages : illustrations (black and white)
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In assessing the current state of feminism and gender studies, whether on a theoretical or a practical level, it has become increasingly challenging to avoid the conclusion that these fields are in a state of disarray.

Indeed, feminist and gender studies discussions are beset with persistent splits and disagreements.

This reader suggests that returning to, and placing centre-stage, the role of philosophy, especially critical realist philosophy of science, is invaluable for efforts that seek to overcome or mitigate the uncertainty and acrimony that have resulted from this situation.

In particular, it claims that the dialectical logic that runs through critical realist philosophy is ideally suited to advancing feminist and gender studies discussions about broad ontological and epistemological questions and considerations, intersectionality, and methodology, methods, and empirical research.

By bringing together four new and eight existing writings this reader provides both a focal point for renewed discussions about the potential and actual contributions of critical realist philosophy to feminism and gender studies and a timely contribution to these discussions.

BIC:

HP Philosophy, JFSJ Gender studies, gender groups, JHB Sociology

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