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The Oberlin Review

Philosophy Department Responds to Gender Disparities

Jackie Brant, Contributing Writer
March 10, 2017
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

As I argued in the Review several weeks ago, women are underrepresented in philosophy, both in Oberlin’s department and the field as a whole (“Philosophy Departments Lack Diversity,” Feb. 10, 2017). Since then, I had the opportunity to meet with Professor Katherine Thomson-Jones, chair of Oberl...

Feminism Will Become Law Under Clinton

Amber Scherer, Contributing Writer
October 28, 2016
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

As a country, we’ve finally made it through all three presidential debates. The matches were tense and personal, which gave us a deep look at the candidates’ characters. One resorted to insult, accusation and primal displays of arrogance while the other prioritized policy over performance. She may not make gre...

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