Examining feminism through the lens of Albert Camus's ethic of
rebellion, Elizabeth Bartlett provides a significant new
interpretation of both philosophies, revealing valuable insights,
strategies, and inspiration to grapple with the issues of our day.
Identifying four core components of the ethic of rebellion to
provide a framework through which disparate strands of feminist
theory, ethics, and spirituality can cohere and become useful,
Bartlett shows how feminist thought has developed and elucidated
the meanings and implications of key concepts of rebellion.
Bartlett offers here a hopeful vision of a joyous, life-affirming
ethic of "rebellious feminism" that resists oppression and
injustice and affirms human dignity, justice and solidarity.
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