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This collection of new essays by leading scholars examines philosophical issues at the intersection of feminism and autonomy studies.Contributors advance central debates in autonomy theory by examining basic components, normative commitments and applications of autonomy, with particular attention to issues of gender and oppression.
Andrea Veltman is Associate Professor of Philosophy at James Madison University. She works in ethical and political philosophy with a current research focus on labor and work. In addition to publishing articles in feminist ethics and in the history of philosophy, she has edited Social and Political Philosophy (Oxford) and co-edited Oppression and Moral Agency (Special Issue of Hypatia) and Evil, Political Violence and Forgiveness (Rowman & Littlefield). Mark Piper is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at James Madison University. His principal research interests are in normative ethical theory, with a special concentration on the topics of autonomy and well-being. He also has interests in applied ethics and metaethics. He has published articles in numerous anthologies and American and European journals, and is the author of Autonomy: Normative in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.