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Author: Jodi Dean
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Title: Feminism and the New Democracy: Resiting the Political (Philosophy and Social Criticism series)
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Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1 edition (May 5, 1997)
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Feminism and the New Democracy: Resiting the Political (Philosophy and Social Criticism series) by Jodi Dean



This wide-ranging book responds to and moves beyond recent debates about the relationship between feminism and politics to offer a vision for the future of feminist theory. Leading figures have combined to offer a broad framework through which to articulate a & democracy' - one that transgresses the traditional oppositions of equality and difference, sex and gender, essential and constructed, to view the & as complex, layered and relational.

Jodi Dean teaches political and media theory in Geneva, New York. She is the author of numerous books and articles. She has given invited lectures in Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Norway, Peru, Russia, and at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Mor. rivia About Feminism And The.

Philosophy of Social Science. Philosophy of Probability. General Philosophy of Science. Feminism and the new democracy: Resiting the political (london: Sage publications, 1997). Philosophy and Social Criticism 24 (6):127-132 (1998). This article has no associated abstract.

Under Consideration: Jodi Dean's Feminism and the New Democracy: Resiting the Political). A. J. Norval - 1998 - Philosophy and Social Criticism 24:127-132. Pp. 274. Aletta J. Norval - 1998 - Philosophy and Social Criticism 24 (6):127-132. Jodi Dean - 2000 - Hypatia 15 (3):187-189.

Back in the 1960s, Quentin Skinner started a little revolution in the study of political theory in Britain. Drawing on Wittgenstein and Austin, he attacked the whole idea that there could be monolithic cumulative progress in ʻpolitical scienceʼ

Jodi Dean (born April 9, 1962) is an American political theorist and professor in the Political Science department at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York state. She has also held the position of Erasmus Professor of the Humanities in the Faculty of Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Dean received her . in History from Princeton University in 1984. She received her MA, MPhil, and PhD from Columbia University in 1992

Resiting the Political. It will be invaluable for students and academics in feminist and critical social theory, womenÆs studies, gender and cultural studies, philosophy, and politics. Part one: national victims. The Politics of Responsibility and Perspectives on Violence against Women. The Reflective Solidarity of Democratic Feminism. most welcome addition to any political theory course' - Political Studies. Dean has compiled an exciting collection of essays that display and advance contemporary feminist contributions to democratic theory and politics. Feminism" emerges in this volume in dazzling varieties of critical and constructive engagement with "the political". Every essay is a gem.

Jodi Dean is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Hobart-William Smith Colleges. Paperback: 228 pages. Publisher: University of California Press (February 5, 1996).

Studies Feminist Philosophy, Phenomenology и Philosophy and Psychotherapy. Publication Date: Jan 1, 1997. Publication Name: Feminist ethics and social policy.

Feminism and the New Democracy: Resiting the Political (Sage, 1997). Includes contributions from Rainer Forst, Nadia Urbanati, Cass Sunstein, Laurel Weldon, and Jeffrey Isaac. Interview with Drucilla Cornell: Thinking Through the Imaginary Domain, Philosophy and Social Criticism 24, 2-3 (Apr. 1998). The Truth is Out There: Aliens and the Fugitivity of Postmodern Truth, Camera Obscura 40, 41 (1997). Feminist Solidarity, Reflective Solidarity, Women and Politics 18, 4 (1997).

This wide-ranging book responds to and moves beyond recent debates about the relationship between feminism and politics to offer a vision for the future of feminist theory. Leading figures have combined to offer a broad framework through which to articulate a `new democracy′ - one that transgresses the traditional oppositions of equality and difference, sex and gender, essential and constructed, to view the `political′ as complex, layered and relational.

Issues addressed include: gender, ethnicity, culture and sexual orientation, always embracing the multiple terrains and spaces produced by politics.