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The Social and Political Philosophy of Mary Wollstonecraft (Mind Association Occasional) Hardcover – 24 Nov 2016
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The authors present a wide variety of perspectives on a group of texts which emerged at a time when questions that still occupy us today were articulated for the first time. ... Particularly in the closing contributions of the editors, but also in the general framework of the book, the philosophy of Wollstonecraft is presented in the context of current discussions, from a feminist as well as from a general political perspective. The collection abandons the schemata of fruitless one-dimensional interpretations that position Wollstonecraft as either a proto-feminist or a rationalist misogynist. ... It confirms Wollstonecraft as an inspirational writer of the Enlightenment period whose ideas sketch out future concepts, the relevance of which scholars are only beginning to discover. (Ruth Hagengruber, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews)
About the Author
Sandrine Bergès is a philosopher working at Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. Her research interests are in Ancient moral and political philosophy, feminist history of philosophy, and feminist ethics. She has published three books: Plato, Virtue and the Law (2009), Wollstonecraft's a Vindication of the Rights of Woman (2013) and, A Feminist Perspective on Virtue Ethics (2015).; Alan Coffee is a philosopher working at King's College London. His research interests are in social and political philosophy, particularly in the areas of freedom, equality and global justice. His special interest is in recovering the political philosophy contained in women's writing in the eighteenth century and in slave narratives in the nineteenth century.
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