Contract and Domination
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Description: In 1988, Carole Pateman first published her groundbreaking work, The Sexual Contract. Almost a decade later Charles Mills published The Racial Contract, and both books have been hugely influential in the field of political theory ever since. Both took a new direction by confronting mainstream contract theory. This new book, written collaboratively by Pateman and Mills takes their respective arguments about contract theory a stage further. It answers questions raised by the various critics of the two volumes, debates the authorsrsquo; differences about contract theory and its future and also examines the intersection between race and gender and brings this together with scholarship on class. This is a one-off opportunity to explore the work of these two theorists in greater depth. It is also the only book currently available that addresses contract theory via issues of gender and race. This book will appeal to students and scholars in political science and theory, history, anthropology, gender studies, ethnic studies, post colonial theory and philosophy
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List price: $26.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Polity Press
Publication date: 11/12/2007
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
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|On Critics and Contract|
|Reply to Critics|