A re-reading of the Cartesian corpus from the multiple vantage points of contemporary feminism. It includes discussion of: the implications of Descartes' epistemology for feminists and feminist epistemology; the implications of his metaphysics for social constructions of women; the historical context of his intellectual relations with women; and an exploration of reasons why his female critics have been so erased from the contemporary history of philosophy. The contributors to this volume include Erica Harth, Leslie Heywood, Mario Moussa, Eileen O'Neill, Ruth Perry, Karl Stern and James Winders.
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