[Revised entry by Noëlle McAfee, Ann Garry, Anita Superson, Heidi Grasswick, and Serene Khader on July 14, 2023.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography]
This entry provides an introduction to the feminist philosophy section of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP). Overseen by a board of feminist philosophers, this section primarily takes up feminist philosophy of the twentieth and tweny-first century. It has three subsections of entries (as can be seen in Table of Contents under “feminist philosophy”): (1) approaches to feminist philosophy, (2) feminist interventions in philosophy, and (3) feminist philosophical topics. By “approaches to feminist…
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