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Table of Contents Introduction: Toward a Humanist Justice Debra Satz and Rob Reich PART 1: Rethinking Political Theory 1. Okin's Liberal Feminism as a Radical Political Theory Nancy Rosenblum 2. Justice and Gender: Reflections on Susan Moller Okin Joshua Cohen 3. Okin's Contributions to the Study Of Gender in Political Theory Elizabeth Wingrove 4. Can Feminism be Liberated from Governmentalism? John Tomasi PART II: Gender and the Family 5. Equality of Opportunity and the Family David Miller 6. "No More Relevance than One's Eye Color": Molly Lynn Shanley Justice and Okin's Genderless Society 7. On the Tension Between Sex Equality and Religious Freedom Cass Sunstein PART III: Feminism and Cultural Diversity 8. From Liberal to Post-Colonial to Multicultural Feminism: Ayelet Shachar Competing Approaches to the study of Gender, Citizenship and Fate of Religious Arbitration 9. Okin and the Challenge of Essentialism Alison Jaggar 10. The Dilemma of a Dutiful Daughter: Chandran Kukathas Love and Freedom in the Thought of Kartini PART IV: Development and Gender 11. Reinventing Globalization to Reduce Gender Inequality Robert Keohane 12. The Gendered Cycle of Vulnerability in the Less Developed World Iris Marion Young Notes on Contributor Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Feminism -- Congresses.
Women's rights -- Congresses.
Equality -- Congresses.
Justice -- Congresses.
Liberalism -- Congresses.
Okin, Susan Moller -- Political and social views -- Congresses.