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FEMINISMf10 - FEMINISM(and the challenge to the Rationalist Tradition CORE 250 Study questions 1 Describe the assumptions of liberal feminism In

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FEMINISM (and the challenge to the Rationalist Tradition) CORE 250 Study questions: 1. Describe the assumptions of liberal feminism. In what ways is liberal feminism a “modern” movement? 2. What are major differences between premodern, modern and postmodern worldviews —especially when it comes to human nature? What implications do these views have for attitudes toward gender? 3. How has postmodern feminism changed discussions of epistemology? 4. How have feminists like Carol Gilligan challenged traditional (i.e., Kantian) views of ethics? I. What is feminism? Common questions…. Are people afraid to be feminists? Culture wars… Complex movement(s)… II. What feminism is …historical movement III. What feminism is …a case for feminism in matters of history and culture A. Work B. Family structure C. Education and achievement D. The Church IV. What feminism is …historical and political movements (the analysis of Elaine Storkey)
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A. Premodern worldview -- -- -- -- B. Modern worldview
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course EDU 300 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at BYU.

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