Beyond accommodation: ethical feminism, deconstruction, and the law
Charts a way to ethical feminism through an alliance with philosophical deconstruction. The author challenges the essentialist and naturalist accounts of feminine sexuality offered by feminist legal scholars and French feminists, which, she argues, curtail feminine sexual difference.
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