Through these engaged works on issues such as rape, abortion, athletics, sexual harassment, and pornography, MacKinnon seeks feminism on its own terms. Feminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and Law is a book by feminist academic Catharine MacKinnon. The book is a collection of essays by MacKinnon. FEMINISM AND LEGAL THEORY. FEMINISM UNMODIFIED. By Catharine A. MacKinnon.I Cambridge,. Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. Pp.
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The Art of the Impossible Part I: Through these engaged works on issues such as rape, abortion, athletics, sexual harassment, and pornography, MacKinnon seeks feminism unkodified its own terms, unconstrained by the limits of prior traditions.
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Using the tools of sociology of knowledge, Catharine MacKinnon relentlessly uncovers male bias, also known as objectivity and male perspectives also known as universality Our recent titles are available via Edelweiss. The digital Loeb Classical Library loebclassics.
She analyzes the failure of organized feminism, particularly legal feminism, to alter this condition, exposing the way male supremacy unmodifiev women a survival stake in the system that destroys them.
She argues that viewing gender as a matter of sameness and difference–as virtually all existing theory and law have done–covers up the femiinism of gender, which is a system of social hierarchy, an imposed inequality of power.