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Intersectionality refers to the intersection between overlapping social identities and related systems of oppression, domination or discrimination.

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Intersectionality (Feminism)
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Otherness (Feminism)

The concept of otherness derives from the pioneering work of the second-wave feminist Simone de Beauvoir. Otherness seeks to examine how majority and minority identities are constructed.

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Otherness (Feminism)

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Anarcho-capitalism

Anarcho-capitalism first emerged in the 1970s and 1980s, partly due to growing criticism in the west of government regulation of capitalism and a revival of interest in free market economics.

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Post-modern Feminism

Post-modern feminism is distinct to the three main strands of feminist thought. Post-modern feminists begin with the assumption that the modernist conception of feminism places overt emphasis upon gender differences...

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Post-modern Feminism
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Radical Feminism

As the term implies, radical feminism is firmly outside the mainstream of feminist thought. As they see it, the problem within a patriarchal society is that of gender inequality. Radical...

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Radical Feminism
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Socialist Feminism

Socialist feminism is further to the left of the political spectrum and was the prevalent approach within the second-wave of the women’s movement.

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Socialist Feminism
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Liberal Feminism

Liberal feminism is built upon two inter-related elements. Firstly, women are rational individuals entitled to inalienable and universal human rights. In the eloquent words of the pioneering first-wave feminist Mary...

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Liberal Feminism
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Cultural Feminism

Cultural feminism is an offshoot of feminist thought that developed from ideas put forward by radical feminists.

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Cultural Feminism
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Egoism

Egoism, the most radical form of individualist anarchism, is closely associated with the German philosopher and social critic Max Stirner (1806-56).

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Egoism

Individualist anarchism is located on the libertarian right of the political spectrum since it takes classical liberalism to its logical and extreme anti-state end point. Its two most uncompromising strands...

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Individualist Anarchism
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Anarcho-syndicalism

Anarcho-syndicalism is based on the work of Georges Sorel (1847-1922), an important French syndicalist theorist.

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Mutualism

Mutualism (sometimes known as ‘contractualism’ or ‘guaranteeism’) is a more moderate sub-strand of collectivist anarchism, based on the ideas of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

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Mutualism
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Anarcho-communism

Anarcho-communists call for the abolition of the state, private property and capitalism, and the introduction of liberty, economic freedom and natural order.

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Anarcho-communism

A great many feminists seek some degree of equality between the genders in both the public and private sphere.

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Feminism and Gender Equality

The "reserve army of labour" - a term associated with those on the left of the political spectrum - is disproportionately female.

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Feminism and the Reserve Army of Labour

This study note explores the perspective of feminism in relation to political and legal equality.

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Feminism & Political and Legal Equality

As one might expect, feminists are highly supportive of equal opportunities to combat the problem of sexist attitudes towards women. This is most commonly associated with the liberal strand of...

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Feminism and Equality of Opportunity

In this study note we explore the relationship between discrimination and feminism.

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Feminism and Discrimination

Collectivist anarchism, as its name suggests, emphasises the superiority of the collective (a self-governing and freely-formed community or association) over the individual or the state.

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Collectivist Anarchism

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