|Author:||Maria J Falco|
|Title:||Feminism and Epistemology: Approaches to Research in Women and Politics|
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|Publisher:||Routledge; 1 edition (October 11, 1988)|
com Product Description (ISBN 0866567224, Hardcover). Here is a timely and informative introduction to a new phase of the ongoing feminist dialogue, reflecting the special dimension feminists have added to the debate over the l paradigm. This provocative volume challenges long-held political values and ideologies, as well as the basic understanding of fundamental thought processes and methods of perception and cognition
Storytelling Power: Personal Narratives and Political Analysis. Post-Lacanian French Feminist Theory: Luce Irigaray. Part III: From Monism to Pluralism. The Feminization of Epistemology: Gender and the Social Sciences. Political Science and Caring: Or, The Perils of Balkanized Social Science. I Feel, Therefore I Am: A Critique of Female Experience as the Basis for a Feminist Epistemology.
Maria Josephine Falco, American Political scientist, academic administrator. Fulbright scholar U. Florence, Italy, 1954-1955; faculty fellow in state and local politics National Center for Education in Politics, 1964. Falco, Maria Josephine was born on July 7, 1932 in Wildwood, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of John Jay and Mafalda M. (Barbieri) Falco. AB, Immaculata College, Pennsylvania, 1954. Student, University Florence, Italy, 1955. Master of Arts, Fordham University, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, 1963.
Feminist Politics and Human Nature. Rowman and Littlefield, 1983. Longino, Helen and Evelyn Hammond. Conflicts and Tensions in Feminist Epistemology," in Conflicts in Feminism. Nelson, Lynn Hankinson. Who Knows: From Quine to a Feminist Empiricism. Recent Work in Feminist Discussions of Reason. American Philosophical Quarterly (Jan. 1994). Stanley, Liz and Sue Wise. Breaking Out Again: Feminist Ontology and Epistemology.
This volume of 14 essays makes a valuable contribution to three related academic fields: history of feminist thought, history of political thought in North America, and the general history of political thought. The contributors to this volume, grappling with questions about the position of women in political society, investigate whether or not Machiavelli was truly a misogynist and a proto-fascist or instead a proto-feminist and a democratic republican. Mindy Peden, Feminism and Philosophy. Maria J. Falco is Professor Emerita of Political Science at DePauw University. She has published five previous books, including Feminist Interpretations of Mary Wollstonecraft (Penn State, 1996).
Feminism and Epistemology. Feminist interpretations of Niccolò Machiavelli. Feminist interpretations of Mary Wollstonecraft. Senate, Women, Women and literature, Women in politics. England, Pennsylvania, United States.
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February 2012 · American Psychologist. Feminists also posed many questions worthy of being addressed by psychological science.