[Revised entry by Georgia Warnke on January 11, 2023.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography]
To the extent that Continental and analytic approaches to feminism differ, they do so primarily in the theoretical resources to which they appeal: analytic approaches typically take their starting point from philosophers in the English-speaking world – Russell, Moore, Quine et al. – while Continental approaches typically take theirs either from Germany – Hegel, Marx, the Frankfurt School et al. – or from France – Lacan, Kristeva, Derrida et al. Yet feminist philosophers are not always wedded to one…
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