The Palgrave Handbook of German Idealism and Feminist Philosophy

· Places the work of the German Idealists on gender, sexuality, marriage and family within the wider contexts of colonialism and European nation building. · Considers how several key concepts of German Idealism (such as subject, reason, enlightenment, autonomy and the sublime) have been central targ...

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Other Authors: Lettow, Susanne (Editor), Pulkkinen, Tuija (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2022, 2022
Edition:1st ed. 2022
Series:Palgrave Handbooks in German Idealism
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 10. Woman: the Natural Contradiction. Outlines of Fichte’s Philosophical Gender Theory; Christoph Binkelmann, Marion Heinz
  • 11. Life, Matter and Gender. Schelling’s Philosophical Projects from the Philosophy of Nature to the Ages of the World; Susanne Lettow
  • Part Three: Hegel and Feminist Philosophy
  • 12. Hegel, Schelling and Günderrode on Nature; Alison Stone
  • 13. Family, Civil Society and the State; Kimberly Hutchings
  • 14. Antigone’s Dissidence: Bringing Hegelian Dialectics and Kantian Sublime to the Limit; Elena Tzelepis
  • 15. The Hegelian Master-Slave Dialectic from a Feminist Standpoint; Mara Montanaro, Matthieu Renault
  • 16. Ethical Life and the Feminist Critic; Shannon Hoff
  • 17. Hegel on Political Economy and Property: Feminist Genealogies and Critiques; Susanne Lettow, Tuija Pulkkinen
  • 18. Race, Feminism and Critical Race Theories: What’s Hegel got to do with it?; Jamila Mascat
  • 1. Introduction: German Idealism and Feminist Philosophy; Susanne Lettow, Tuija Pulkkinen
  • Part One: Kant
  • 2. Black Feminism and Kantian Universalism; Jameliah Inga Shorter-Bourhanou
  • 3. Kant and Feminist Political Thought, Redux: Complicity, Accountability and Refusal; Dilek Huseyinzadegan, Jordan Pascoe
  • 4. Feminist Perspectives on Kant’s Conception of Autonomy: On the Need to Distinguish between Self-determination and Self-legislation; Herta Nagl-Docekal
  • 5. Reason and the Transcendental Subject – Kant’s Trace in Feminist Theory; Tuija Pulkkinen
  • 6. Rethinking the Sublime in Kant and Shakespeare: Gender, Race and Abjection; Tina Chanter
  • 7. Anthropology and the Nature-Culture Distinction; Friederike Kuster
  • 8. The Taxonomy of ‘Race’ and the Anthropology of Sex: Conceptual Determination and Social Presumption in Kant; Stella Sandford
  • 9. Kant on Sexuality and Marriage; Lina Papadaki
  • Part Two: Fichte, Schelling, and Feminist Philosophy
  • Part Four: Feminist Philosophy and Thinkers Connected to German Idealism
  • 19. Beyond Complementarity: Nature, Gender, and Plants in German Romanticism and Idealism; Elaine P. Miller
  • 20. Staging History: Bettina Brentano von Arnim’s Günderode and the Ideal of Symphilosophy; Dalia Nassar
  • 21. Sister, Spouse, and a Subversive Split: The Ambiguous Place of Gender in Schleiermacher’s Philosophy; Heleen Zorgdrager
  • 22. Schopenhauer’s Metaphysics and Ethics: Mapping Influences and Congruities with Feminist Philosophers; Christine Battersby
  • 23. Conclusion; Susanne Lettow, Tuija Pulkkinen