Series: New Feminist Perspectives

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Beyond Domination: New Prespectives on Women and Philosophy (New Feminist Perspectives Series) by Carol C. Gould
Claiming reality : phenomenology and women's experience by Louise Levesque-Lopman
Embodying Bioethics: Recent Feminist Advances (New Feminist Perspectives) by Anne Donchin
Gendercide : the implications of sex selection by Mary Anne Warren
Manhood and Politics: A Feminist Reading in Political Thought (New Feminist Perspectives Series) by Wendy L. Brown
Mothering: Essays in Feminist Theory (New Feminist Perspectives) by Joyce Trebilcot
Pandora's Box: Feminism Confronts Reproductive Technology (New Feminist Perspectives Series) by Nancy Lublin
Rethinking Masculinity: Philosophical Explorations in Light of Feminism (New Feminist Perspectives) by Larry May
Speaking from the Heart: A Feminist Perspective on Ethics (New Feminist Perspectives) by Rita C. Manning
Take Back the Light: A Feminist Reclamation of Spirituality and Religion (New Feminist Perspectives) by Sheila Ruth
Uneasy Access by Anita L. Allen
Women and Spirituality (New Feminist Perspectives Series) by Carol Ochs
Women, Sex, and the Law (New Feminist Perspectives) by Rosemarie Tong

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