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I'm currently taking a course in Ethics. My professor has assigned a paper on feminist ethics. In the paper, I have to develop a point of view that would be identifiable with feminist ethics and explain it. I was told that I could find out the information that I need on the web. However, I have not been able to find any useful information. I have tried the local library too. However, I live in a very rural area that doesn't have any material on feminist ethics. Wondering if you could help by explaining feminist ethics and maybe providing me with a list a web sites to browse. Thank you.

Thanks for your note to FEMINIST.COM. For Feminist Ethics my two immediate suggestions are anything by Mary Daly and Simone de Beauvoir. Also Ursula LeGuin. (See the FEMINIST.COM bookstore for information about getting these.)
Amy

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