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Philosophy 34-226 Lecture 22: Notes on Feminist Jurisprudence

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Department
Philosophy
Course
34-226
Professor
Falconer
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 22 on Feminist Jurisprudence Feminist Jurisprudence  Legality changes  not the same thing as morality  Law economic theory states that law is about money; if it isn't, it should be o Normative theory  is descriptive (what is  not the same thing what ought to be)  Natural law  a normative theory? o Tells you how ought to behave (ex. you are not ought to murder)  Law economic theory  a normative theory? o Increasing wealth  Barnett  punishment theory but also is like a law economic theory  law and punishment theory o Connecting punishment theories and law theories Feminist Thought  Both descriptive and normative  Descriptive approach  feminists argue how we think about law and how the law is are all about whiteness and maleness  Normative approach  should be corrected; Specific laws that exclude women must be ov
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