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[When we are talk about the underrepresentationUnderrepresentation of women in philosophy, what do we mean, and what kind of data do we have on it? Why is the low percentage of women and other minorities in philosophy a problem? Are there specific mechanisms of discrimination that contribute to...
[What alternatives have been created within feminist pedagogyFeminist pedagogy to question power hierarchies and to make teaching more inclusive? What approaches were adopted in the Gender and Philosophy summer schoolsSummer school in order to achieve these goals? After discussing these...
[How does the history of philosophy affect the situationSituation of women students in the field today and how has that situation changed over the years? From the very early days of philosophy, there have been women with either indirect or direct access to philosophical education. The fact that...
[This chapter deals with the affective, social and bodily situationsituation of learning and teaching philosophy, starting with a discussion of the views articulated by both students and professional philosophers in the interviews and answers to the questionnaire on attitudes to studying...
[Questions of power and ethics were implicitly present in the previous chapters. In this chapter, I deal with them in more detail, examining the power strugglesPower struggles in the classroom in terms of the relationship between the student and the lecturer as well as that between students. I...
[This concluding chapter consists of three parts: the general conclusions of the whole book, “questions to ask oneself” and a discussion of the possibilities for renewing philosophy in the current state of university politics. Furthermore, the first part includes suggestions for empirical...
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