Contents: Lisa N. Gurley/Claudia Leeb/Anna Aloisia Moser: Introduction – Sara Murphy: The Body of Lucretia. Rape, Representation
and Sovereign Power – Joy Marie Scott: Fancy Her Femme. Flirting with an OPEN Sexual Aesthetic – Andrew F. Smith: Closer But
Still No Cigar. On the Inadequacy of Rawls’s Reply to Okin’s «Political Liberalism, Justice, and Gender» – Suzanne
Kelly: Relationship after Death. Embracing Teresa Brennan’s Philosophy of Energetics – Amy Story: Structures of Love. Kristeva
on Narcissism and the Virgin Mary – Peter Higgins: Sexual Disorientation. Moral Implications of Gender Norms – Isabelle V.
Barker: Citizenship in an Era of Transnational Labor Migration and Inequality. The Status of Non-Citizen Women Workers in
the American Long-Term Care Industry – Theresa Weynand Tobin: Assessing Moral Theories. Lessons from Feminist Philosophy of
Science – Diane Williamson: Discourse Ethics as Care Ethics. Exploring Interdependence in Communicative Action – Gwynn Thomas:
The Ties That Bind. The Familial Roots of Political Legitimacy – Sarah Daynes: Women, Men and God. Or, How to Think about
the Intersections between Gender, Sex and Race – Victoria Haydenko: The Formation of Gender Differences among the Young during
the Post-Communist Transition in Ukraine – Hayat-Un Nessa: Development and the Universal Subject. Resistance to ‘Gender’ in
Bangladesh – Yayo Okano: Twisted Nationalism in Japan. What the Issue of ‘Comfort Women’ Reveals – Drucilla Cornell: New Political
Infamy and the Sacrilege of Feminism.