Maternal Thinking: Toward a Politics of Peace

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Beacon Press, 1995 - Social Science - 291 pages
Philosopher, mother, and feminist Sara Ruddick examines the discipline of mothering, showing for the first time how the day-to-day work of raising children gives rise to distinctive ways of thinking. Named a Notable Book of the Year by the New York Times Book Review
 

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Make one correction to your reasoning. Devoted mothers and devoted fathers . Usually there is one to carry the weight. This is not systemic to mothers alone and lets not stereo type classes.
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Contents

Loves Reason
3
Making It Up
61
Maternal Thinking as a Feminist Standpoint
127
Mothers and Mens Wars
141
A Truth in
160
Histories of Human Flesh
185
Notes Toward a Feminist Maternal Peace
219
Notes
253
Index
281
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