Unformatted text preview: th century (emphasize the universal equality of men and women) Mills’ called it moral progress. Rawls’ said it was the elimination of arbitrary distinctions from a moral view.-Mary Wollstonecraft-Harriet Taylor-Elizabeth Cady Stanton-Susan B. Anthony 2 nd wave feminism (post getting the vote) 1960s and 1970s (began to challenge the public private distinction that was left firmly in place by first wave. The Personal is Political.)-Betty Friedan-Gloria Steinem 3 rd wave feminism (insists that women should have as much rights as men) Bell Hooks. Audre Lorde, Gloria Anzalduas-post structuralism (binary distinctions between the sexes – Judith Butler etc. Challenging hetero-sexism. Critique of class and racial structure)-Post colonialism as a criticque of racial structures of society...
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- Spring '08
- Feminism, wave feminism, feminism 18-19th century