Feminist Ethics Part 1: A Brief History

Feminist Ethics is an attempt to revise, reformulate, or rethink traditional ethics to the extent it depreciates or devalues women’s moral experience. Feminists believe that traditional models of ethics let down women in 5 ways. 1) First, it shows less concern for women’s as opposed to men’s issues and interests. 2) Second, traditional ethics views as trivial the moral issues …

Feminist Epistemology Part 1: The Situated Knower

This video will be the first in a series discussing Feminist epistemology. Originally I had intended to close off my series on Feminism with a single video relating to feminist epistemology. That however was not possible as the topic is far too involved to sufficiently cover in one video. As such, this series on Feminist epistemology should be considered the …

Feminism Part 3: Blame The French

So, in the last video we gave an account of how the feminist prophet comes into being. We explored Nietzsche‚Äôs account of the formation of a slave morality through resentiment by the inversion of values of a master morality. Though this account is sufficient to understand the generative cause for feminist theory, it holds no explanatory force in explaining how …

On Race

Over the last couple of years, race has entered the mainstream consciousness in a way I do not recall being the case for perhaps a decade preceding that point in time. With the emergence of Black Lives Matter, the immigration situation in Europe, and several other incidents like the shooting of Trayvon Martin, the general feminist hatred of white men, …