Where is the Woman in Feminist Theory? The Case of Aesthetics
|This paper argues that feminism, as a theory, is a pattern of thinking that is not fundamentally about women, although it begins with a gendered perspective. It is, rather, an alternative way of theorizing about a host of topics that include but are not limited to women.
|Where is the Woman in Feminist Theory? The Case of Aesthetics
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