Danièle Moyal-Sharrock and Constantine Sandis on the Ins and Outs of Gender.
Berit Brogaard on women who hate women.
Entitled: How Male Privilege Hurts Women: a review
Serene Khader reviews Kate Manne’s Entitled: How Male Privilege Hurts Women.
Issue 91 Reviews: introduction
The new books we feature in this issue do important things for their readers, but three completely different things. John Kaag’s new book Sick Souls, Healthy Minds is an outright self-helpish account of “how William James can save your life.” Our reviewer, Tess Varner, says she enjoyed it so much she had bought copies for […]
Becoming Beauvoir: A Life: a review
Jamie Lombardi finds a Simone de Beauvoir not seen before.
Alison Stone wonders how a human life is shaped by having a beginning.
Living the Life of the Mind
I have been writing the philosophy news for this magazine for three years now. It may not have been totally obvious in my first article in the summer of 2016 that I did not have a straight up interest in simply reporting the news, despite my brief commentary on the idea of The Daily Mail […]
Categories We Live By: the Construction of Sex, Gender, Race, and Other Social Categories: a review
Katharine Jenkins reviews Categories We Live By: the Construction of Sex, Gender, Race, and Other Social Categories (Studies in Feminist Philosophy) by Ásta.
A Case for Feminist Self-Defence
Thomas Nadelhoffer grapples with the arguments.
Sympathy for the Devil
Jean Kazez on why we feel sorry for those accused of sexual harassment.
Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny
A review by Kathryn J. Norlock.
Who Owns You?
Anita Superson is sceptical that feminism can dispense with bodily self-ownership.