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by Ann E. Cudd

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Author: Ann E. Cudd
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 27, 2006)
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Analyzing Oppression presents a new, integrated theory of social oppression, which tackles the . Cudd argues that the explanation lies in the coercive co-opting of the oppressed to join in their own oppression.

Analyzing Oppression presents a new, integrated theory of social oppression, which tackles the fundamental question that no theory of oppression has satisfactorily answered: if there is no natural hierarchy among humans, why are some cases of oppression so persistent? Cudd argues that the explanation lies in the coercive co-opting of the oppressed to join in their own oppression. This answer sets the stage for analysis throughout the book, as it explores the questions of how and why the oppressed join in their oppression.

Ann E. Cudd is Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor & Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh. From August 2015-August 2018, She was Dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Boston University. She was formerly Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies as well as the University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kansas. She is also an affiliated faculty member with the Women, Gender, and Sexualities Studies Program

Analyzing Oppression. Oxford university press.

Analyzing Oppression. Analyzing Oppression. Studies in Feminist Philosophy is designed to showcase cutting-edge monographs and collections that display the full range of feminist approaches to philosophy, that push feminist thought in important new directions, and that display the outstanding quality of feminist philosophical thought. Studies in Feminist Philosophy. Cudd's analysis is richly analytical and deeply philosophical. Ann E. Cudd grew up in Ohio and received her BA from Swarthmore College, her MA in Economics, and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh. She now teaches philosophy and is Director of Women's Studies at the University of Kansas. She is past president of the Society for Analytical Feminism. Theories of the Flesh.

Cudd, A. Biology and Gender Study Group. Chapters 3 and 7: Psychological Mechanisms of Oppression and Resistance and Responsibility (total 60 pages). Frye, M. Oppression, and Sexism. In her The Politics of Reality: Essays in feminist theory. Berkeley, CA: Crossing Press, 1983. In Feminist Moral Philosophy Canadian Journal of Philosophy supplemental volume 28, 2002: 129-156. Jaggar, A. Love and Knowledge: Emotion in Feminist Epistemology," Inquiry 32, 1989: 151-176. The Importance of Feminist Critique for Contemporary Cell Biology, Hypatia vo. , n. (Spring 1988), pp. 61-76.

While on Cudd's view oppression is grounded in material exploitation and physical deprivation, it cannot be long sustained without corresponding psychological . Analyzing Oppression (Studies in Feminist Philosophy). 019518744X (ISBN13: 9780195187441).

While on Cudd's view oppression is grounded in material exploitation and physical deprivation, it cannot be long sustained without corresponding psychological forces. Cudd examines the direct and indirect psychological forces that generate and sustain oppression.

Analyzing oppression Series: Studies in feminist philosophy (Print). File: PDF, . 9 MB. Читать онлайн. Cudd, Ann E. Analyzing Oppression presents a new, integrated theory of social oppression, which tackles the fundamental question that no theory of oppression has satisfactorily answered: if there is no natural hierarchy among humans, why are some cases of oppression so persistent? Cudd argues that the explanation lies in the coercive co-opting of the oppressed to join in their own oppression. Series: Studies in feminist philosophy (Print). series Studies in Feminist Philosophy. This force constitutes the central feature of analysis, and the book argues that this force is especially insidious because it conceals the fact of oppression from the oppressed and from others who would be sympathetic to their plight. The oppressed come to believe that they suffer personal failings and this belief appears to absolve society from responsibility.

Studies in feminist philosophy. Ecological Thinking: The Politics of Epistemic Location Lorraine Code. Advisory Board Harry Brod, University of Northern Iowa. Claudia Card, University of Wisconsin Lorraine Code, York University, Toronto Kimberle Crenshaw, Columbia Law School/UCLA School of Law. Jane Flax, Howard University Ann Garry, California State University, Los Angeles Sally Haslanger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Analyzing Oppression Ann E. Cudd. Self Transformations: Foucault, Ethics, and Normalized Bodies Cressida J. Heyes. Family Bonds: Genealogies of Race and Gender Ellen K. Feder.

Analyzing Oppression presents a new, integrated theory of social oppression, which tackles the fundamental question that no theory of oppression has satisfactorily answered: if there is no natural hierarchy among humans, why are some cases of oppression so persistent? Cudd argues that the explanation lies in the coercive co-opting of the oppressed to join in their own oppression. This answer sets the stage for analysis throughout the book, as it explores the questions of how and why the oppressed join in their oppression. Cudd argues that oppression is an institutionally structured harm perpetrated on social groups by other groups using direct and indirect material, economic, and psychological force. Among the most important and insidious of the indirect forces is an economic force that operates through oppressed persons' own rational choices. This force constitutes the central feature of analysis, and the book argues that this force is especially insidious because it conceals the fact of oppression from the oppressed and from others who would be sympathetic to their plight. The oppressed come to believe that they suffer personal failings and this belief appears to absolve society from responsibility. While on Cudd's view oppression is grounded in material exploitation and physical deprivation, it cannot be long sustained without corresponding psychological forces. Cudd examines the direct and indirect psychological forces that generate and sustain oppression. She discusses strategies that groups have used to resist oppression and argues that all persons have a moral responsibility to resist in some way. In the concluding chapter Cudd proposes a concept of freedom that would be possible for humans in a world that is actively opposing oppression, arguing that freedom for each individual is only possible when we achieve freedom for all others.
Comments: (2)
Makaitist
A very robust exploration of what oppression is, and how it works. I've come to understand a lot more since reading this book.
Uste
From what I can find out online, this is a brilliant book which feminists outside academia, involved in real activism to oppose the material oppressive conditions of women, would benefit from reading. But it is wildly overpriced. The used price is currently at about $35. This effectively cuts the book off from non-academics. For that reason the star system here doesn't really work. If the used price ever comes into line with most used books I will read and review it. Thank you for allowing me to express this opinion.