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undermining of classical thought. Braidotti next examines the attempts of feminist thinkers in Europe and the U.S. to both subvert the universalizing claims of male theorists. Finally, she discusses the contributions of Luce Irigary, Mary Daly and Michele le Doeuff to the understanding
of sexual difference.
Western philosophy, and, especially, feminist philosophy (Sandra Harding, University of Delaware
introduction for those who want to know what is at stake in the unstable intersection of feminist and poststructuralist inquiry (Judith Butler, Johns Hopkins University.)