Derrida, Difference, and Intelligence(s): Accessible Theory and Its Necessity for Feminism
|dc.description.abstract||Jacques Derrida's work is central to understanding difference as feminists conceptualize it. Feminists need not only to understand, but also utilize difference in order to create inclusive spaces and legislation. Through satire, this paper illustrates the dialectical relationship between feminism and patriarchy that Derrida helps us to understand.|
|dc.title||Derrida, Difference, and Intelligence(s): Accessible Theory and Its Necessity for Feminism|
|dc.contributor.organization||The College at Brockport|
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