Exclusionary feminisms, Gracia Trujillo & Moira Pérez

Disclaimer: this essay is originally published in Pikara Magazine (Spanish) and its reproduction has been kindly conceded to us.Exclusionary feminisms: international expansion and some possible responses In recent times we have shared among ourselves on several occasions our concern and alarm about the political directions that an important sector of the ...

Gender and Human Capacities, Avigail Ferdman

What if the transformation of society depends on how we develop and exercise our capacities? Consider the typically human capacities, such as rational and affective capacities, the capacity to create and innovate, even the capacity to innovate and transform. Does the way Western society is currently organized favor the fostering ...

Black Brazilian Women, Care Work and Covid-19, Larissa Margarido

Contextualizing the Problem:Care Work during the Covid-19 PandemicOne of the main effects of the pandemic caused by the New Coronavirus (Covid-19) – or, more specifically, the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) – worldwide was the disclosure and worsening of multiple dimensions of pre-existing inequalities. In Brazil, asymmetries of ...

The Ethics of Care, Zachary Bliss

Kantianism and Consequentialism: an overview Most people living in the Western world, if they have a formal University education, have likely heard of the vague term: The Enlightenment. The Enlightenment produced some of the most well-known historical figures of Western society — Immanuel Kant, David Hume, John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, etc. ...
Miranda Fricker

On testimony and the power of words, Miranda Fricker

How often are women not believed when reporting cases of sexual assault or harassment? How often are they not taken seriously, or their concerns minimized, when speaking out about discrimination? And how often are they not even listened to? We know what the answer is – all the time. We see ...
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Inspiring Works: on hermeneutical injustice, Christine Bratu

In this video, Dr. Bratu draws on Prof. Miranda Fricker’s seminal work, “Epistemic Injustice”, to illustrate and explain the importance of a problem faced by individuals belonging to oppressed groups, namely that of not having access to the concepts and terms they need to make sense of - and refer ...
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