This book demonstrates the discussions of leading feminist thinkers on the concept of self and personal identity. It addresses issues in moral social psychology. The book is useful for students of feminist theory, ethics, and social and political philosophy.
Table of Contents
Feminist Theory and Politics -- Introduction -- One Outliving Oneself Trauma, Memory, and Personal Identity -- two Autonomy and Social Relationships Rethinking the Feminist Critique -- three Picking Up Pieces Lives, Stories, and Integrity -- four Ownership and the Body -- five Forgetting Yourself -- six Queering the Center by Centering the Queer Reflections on Transsexuals and Secular lews -- seven Good Grief, It’s Plato! -- eight Sympathy and Solidarity On a Tightrope with Scheler -- nine Emotion and Heterodox Moral Perception An Essay in Moral Social Psychology -- ten Human Dependency and Rawlsian Equality -- About the Book and Editor -- About the Contributors