Philosophy and Feminism (Diversity)
College of Liberal Arts
The ways in which philosophical and feminist thinking enhance one another. A variety of perspectives, including race, class, and culture.
Goals and Diversity
MN Goal Course
MN Goal Designation(s)
Explain similarities and differences among feminist theories (e.g., liberal, socialist, Marxist, radical, queer, etc.).
Analyze feminist issues from a global and cross-cultural perspective.
Analyze relevant concepts such as equality, autonomy, rights, sex/gender, intersectionality, abstract individualism, gender neutrality, androgyny, etc.
Evaluate feminist responses to issues surrounding exploitation, reproduction, power differentials, motherhood, sexuality, pornography, the workplace, care ethics, spirituality, etc.