University of North Texas
Department of Philosophy
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
A Defense of
|Crittenden intestigates two central and related aspects of Plumwood's ecofeminism. The first half of the paper examines her theory of dualism, raising a common objection that is then defused. The second half focuses on her ethical responsse to dualism, associating it with feminist studies in the morality of care, and thereby strenthening it against various problems that will be raised.|
3 p.m., Friday, February 12, 1999
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