Mary Townsend is an assistant professor of philosophy at St. John's University, Queens, New York. Her most recent book is The Woman Question in Plato’s Republic.
The fact is that we do not hold desire and reason together very well.
We American women do now find ourselves in a bit of an existential predicament with regard to the being-ness of being a woman.
We talk about a suicide contagion’s progression across a given community as though it were a biological phenomenon, an epidemic without conscious direction.
Housekeeping doesn’t just enable us to dwell; housekeeping is dwelling, and also it is thought.