An analysis of Susan Moller Okin’s problematic approach to multiculturalism. A feminist comprehensive liberalism gone wrong.


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Evelien Geerts
University of Birmingham
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In this paper, I looked into the debate between feminism and multiculturalism via the works of Susan Moller Okin, Will Kymlicka and Martha C. Nussbaum. After analyzing Susan Okin's position in "Is Multiculturalism Bad For Women?", I tried to locate Okin's problematic stance towards multiculturalism in her specific form of feminist comprehensive liberalism, whilst defending Nussbaum's less problematic version of political liberalism.
Keywords Susan Moller Okin  Political philosophy  Feminism and multiculturalism
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