While Sartre was committed to liberation struggles around the globe, his writing never directly addressed the oppression of women. Yet there is compatibility between his central ideas and feminist beliefs. In this feminist collection on Sartre, philosophers reassess the merits of Sartre's radical philosophy of freedom for feminist theory. The contributors to this volume are Hazel E. Barnes, Linda A. Bell, Stuart Z. Charme, Peter Diers, Kate and Edward Fullbrook, Karen Green, Sarah Lucia Hoagland, Sonia Kruks, Guillermine de Lacoste, Thomas Martin, Phyllis Sutton Morris, Constance Mui, and Iris Marion Young.
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Julien S. Murphy is Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern Maine. She is the author of The Constructed Body: AIDS, Reproductive Technology, and Ethics (SUNY, 1995).
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