Feminist Governance

The Chances of Holding Your Son Responsible for a Rape He Didn’t Commit Have Just Skyrocketed

While it is a terrible thing for a young woman to see her rapist escape without punishment, it is an even more terrible thing to hold a young man responsible for a rape he didn’t commit. The chances of the school making a mistake and doing exactly that — holding a young man responsible for a rape he didn’t commit — have just skyrocketed with the Education Department’s April 4 directive.

Tomorrow: The Beginning of the End for Mary Kellett’s Witch Hunt

Over the course of the past few days I have been made privy to a very large collection of information related to the Vladek Filler case and prosecutor Mary Kellett.  This information includes many court documents, rulings, a lengthy legal complaint against Kellett and even email communications relevant to the case. That being said, let …

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The Personal, as Contrasted to the Political

Lecture #7 “They prided themselves on belonging to a movement, as distinguished from a party, and a movement could not be bound by a program.” – Hannah Arendt Last week, we looked at how the concept of domination has become a justification for encroaching despotism. It should not come as a shock to attentive readers …

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