If neither sex nor gender are solid enough concepts from which to define a woman, could it be one’s very subordination that provides the most inclusive definition?
The woman subject There is more that unites than divides analytic and continental feminist philosophies – not least efforts to define ‘woman’
this is very bad for a lot of reasons, including both its ossified take (read some newer work, especially by trans feminists!) and its doubling-down on the analytic/continental split, which is a signature move in the gentrifying of feminist philosophy
There's always been a split between Anglo-America and Continental feminist philosophers. argues that more unites them that we ever thought.
Do analytic and continental philosophy agree what ‘woman’ is? – via
Do analytic and continental philosophy agree what ‘woman’ is? – via