Re: (Fwd) Re: guidelines/ethics

Kathryn Aegis (
Fri, 20 Dec 1996 13:23:42 +0000

Eugene Leitl:
>> I simply don't have the space on a list posting to provide it! Other
>While this might be true, it certainly sounds like side-stepping.

Just as I wouldn't ask anyone on this list to summarize their first five
years of science training, or philosophy training, or computer training,
I have no clue how to summarize all the information you're asking for in
the space of a list posting. The bibliography alone wouldn't fit.

Also, gender is a subject that takes years to achieve
a sophisticated understanding of, because your views and depth of
thinking will change as your own life experience and intellectual
progress increases. To some extent, it is an individual quest for

That said, there are plenty of good books out there by Carol Gilligan,
Susan Faludi, Judi Mann, Naomi Wolf, the Kinsey Institute, etc. that
could serve as a solid basis for this exploration.


Kathryn Aegis

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