Table of contents for Feminism and history of philosophy / edited by Genevieve Lloyd.


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Introduction, Genevieve Lloyd
I. Reading Texts
1. Le Doeuff and History of Philosophy, Genevieve Lloyd
II. Re-reading Ancient Philosophers: Ideals of Reason
2. Socrates and his Twins (The Socrates(es) of Plato's 'Symposium'), Sarah Kofman
3. Sorcerer Love: A Reading of Plato's 'Symposium': Diotima's Speech, Luce Irigaray
4. Feminism and Aristotle's Rational Ideal, Marcia L. Homiak
5. Therapeutic Arguments and the Structures of Desire, Martha Nussbaum
III. Re-reading Seventeenth-Century Philosophers: Minds, Bodies, and Passions
6. The Passions and Philosophy, Susan James
7. Selections from 'The Flight to Objectivity', Susan Bordo
8. Princess Elisabeth and Descartes: The Union of Soul and Body and the Practice of Philosophy, Lisa Shapiro
9. Spinoza on the Pathos of Idolatrous Love and the Hilarity of True Love, Amelie Oskenberg Rorty
IV. Re-reading Eighteenth-Century Philosophers: Reason, Emotion, and Ethics
10. Hume, the Woman's Moral Theorist, Annette Baier
11. Agency, Attachment, and Difference, Barbara Herman
V Re-reading Nineteenth-Century Philosophers: Resentment, Irony, and the Sublime
12. On Hegel, Women, and Irony, Seyla Benhabib
13. 'We are not Sublime', Love and Sacrifice, Abraham and Ourselves, Sylvia Agacinski
14. 'Is it not remarkable that Nietzsche . . . should have hated Rousseau?' Woman, Femininity: Distancing Nietzsche from Rousseau, Penelope Deutscher
Further Reading
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Feminist theory.
Philosophy.
Philosophy -- History.