This collection of essays deals with four themes - the connections between philosophy and the history of philosophy, feminism, and political change; the creation of a domain of imagery to sustain the ideas and arguments of philosophy; the problem of making oneself "at home" in philosophy; and concepts of the "self" and the "subject".
|Place of Publication||Amherst, N.Y.|
|Number of pages||309|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
- Le Dœuff, Michèle