By Bat-Ami Bar On (auth.), Lisa Tessman (eds.)
Feminist Ethics and Social and Political Philosophy: Theorizing the Non-Ideal is a suite of feminist essays that self-consciously strengthen non-idealizing ways to both ethics or social and political philosophy (or both). Characterizing feminist ethics and social and political philosophy as marked through a bent to be non-idealizing serves to thematize the amount, whereas nonetheless permitting the essays to be diversified adequate to represent a illustration of present paintings within the fields of feminist ethics and social and political philosophy.
Each of the essays both serves as an example of labor that's rooted in genuine, non-ideal stipulations, and that, as such, is ready to give some thought to any of the numerous questions appropriate to subordinated humans; or displays theoretically at the importance of non-idealizing as an method of feminist ethics or social and political philosophy.
The quantity could be of curiosity to feminist students from all disciplines, to lecturers who're ethicists and political philosophers in addition to to graduate students.