Alison M. Jaggar


Alison M. Jaggar is college professor of distinction in philosophy and women and gender studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

She has written a number of books, including Feminist Politics and Human Nature (1983) and Abortion: Three Perspectives (with Philip Devine, Michael Tooley, and Celia Wolf-Devine, 2008). She is editor of Just Methods: An Interdisciplinary Feminist Reader (2007) and Pogge and His Critics (2009). Her current book projects concern international ethics and global gender justice.

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Last Updated: Jan 06, 2011

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