Judith Butler

Nonheteronormative Philosophy

There is a relatively new and growing field of philosophy about people outside the traditional binary designations of norms about gender and sexuality. Nonheteronormative sexuality has long been dismissed or repressed by European and American societies. In one respect, the […]

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Feminist Philosophy: A Primer

 Text Transcript: Very few people have an accurate perception on what feminist philosophy is. It’s as if feminist philosophy and feminism in general is a vast mystery that no one wants to talk about. What ideas people have about […]

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Being Martin Heidegger

Understanding Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) is no easy task. That statement is not only about his philosophy but about him as a person. He was Edmund Husserl’s other most notable student, working as Husserl’s assistant after Edith Stein had moved on. […]

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