Feminism, Objectivity, and Analytic Philosophy

Hypatia 10 (3):138-156 (1995)
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Evelyn Fox Keller and Susan Bordo are often cited as sources for the claim that the notion of objectivity found in Western science and analytic philosophy is male-biased. I argue that even if their arguments that objectivity is male-biased are successful, the bias they establish is not a sort which should worry any feminist analytic philosophers. I also examine their suggestions for reconceiving objectivity and find them inadequately motivated



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Sara Worley
Bowling Green State University

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