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PHIL 245: Philosophy and Feminism

Students examine feminist critiques of aspects of contemporary culture that shape women's lives, such as conventional morality, science, education, art, medicine, law, religion, and marriage. Students critically examine philosophical views that underlie these institutions, including views of human nature, gender, rationality, knowledge, morality, justice, and the value of autonomy. Alternative feminist views that promote feminist aims are explored and evaluated. Offered periodically. Counts toward women's and gender studies major and concentration.

Philosophy

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...Life PHIL 243 Aesthetics PHIL 245 Philosophy and Feminism PHIL 250 Biomedical Ethics PHIL 252...

Environmental Studies

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...Studies HIST 245 Environmental History of Latin America HIST 275 Environmental History PHIL 257 Environmental...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...the topic is Race, Gender, and Medicine) PHIL 245 Philosophy and Feminism PSYCH 390 Issues...

Chinese

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...East Asia Seminar PHIL 251 Asian Philosophy,Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Japanese

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...East Asia Seminar PHIL 251 Asian Philosophy,Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Linguistic Studies

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...Theory of Computation EDUC 245 Teaching and Learning...Sami: Traditions in Transition PHIL 240 Formal Logic...