I need help undertstanding Gilligan's overall point in the Feminism dialogue.
I tend to think that one of the Gilligan's primary points in the dialogue that surrounds feminism is the idea that women might not benefit from being seen as exactly the same as men. Her "difference feminism" asserts the idea that women perceive reality differently than men do. This is something brought out in her research and in the anecdotal...
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