Five Questions about Women and Well-BeingSamantha Brennan (University of Guelph)
Stevenson & Hunt Room
251 Dundas Street
London N6A 6H9
- London Public Library
This talk takes up five questions about women and well-being: Are women’s lives sufficiently different than men’s as to merit a separate account of well-being? What might a feminist theory of well-being look like? In general, do women lead better or worse lives than men? If women are happy with their lives, in unjust circumstances, does that count against subjective theories of well-being? How does equality relate to well-being in the context of the pay gap and the play gap?
This series of lectures has been prepared with partnership with Rotman Institute of Philosophy and Western University Philosophy Department
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