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Designer Theology: A Feminist Perspective

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This is a critical look at the question of design from a feminist theological perspective. The author analyzes James Moore's 1995 Zygon article, “Cosmology and Theology: The Reemergence of Patriarchy.” Then she looks at the relationship between science and religion from a feminist perspective, focusing on the kyriarchal nature of theology itself in light of the myriad power issues at hand. Finally, she suggests that, instead of pondering the notion of design, scientists and theologians might more fruitfully look for new ground for dialogue since feminist scholars are asking very different questions, not just answering questions differently.
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Keywords: animal rights; antiviolence; design; ecology; feminism; feminist theology; kyriarchy; patriarchy

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2001-12-01

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