Catherine E Hundleby
Catherine E Hundleby
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Windsor
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Where standpoint stands now
C Hundleby
Women & politics 18 (3), 25-43, 1998
641998
Feminist empiricism
C Hundleby
Handbook of feminist research: Theory and praxis, 28, 2011
492011
Aggression, politeness, and abstract adversaries
C Hundleby
Informal Logic 33 (2), 238-262, 2013
452013
The authority of the fallacies approach to argument evaluation
C Hundleby
Informal Logic 20 (3), 279, 2010
322010
The status quo fallacy: Implicit bias and fallacies of argumentation
CE Hundleby
Implicit Bias and Philosophy, Volume 1, 2016
112016
The epistemological evaluation of oppositional secrets
C Hundleby
Hypatia 20 (4), 44-58, 2005
102005
The epistemology of anger in argumentation
M Howes, C Hundleby
Symposion 5 (2), 229-254, 2018
82018
Silence and the limitations of contextual objectivity
C Hundleby
Routledge 11 (2), 254-267, 2009
82009
Introduction: Reasoning for change
P Rooney, CE Hundleby
Informal Logic 30 (3), 2010
72010
Fallacy forward: Situating fallacy theory
CE Hundleby
52009
Feminist perspectives on argumentation
CE Hundleby
32021
Critical Thinking and the Adversary Paradigm
CE Hundleby
Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy 13 (1), 6, 2013
32013
Androcentrism as a fallacy of argumentation
C Hundleby, C Duran
32011
The open end: social naturalism, feminist values and the integrity of epistemology
C Hundleby
Social epistemology 16 (3), 251-265, 2002
32002
Feminist Standpoint Theory as a Form of Naturalist Epistemology
C Hundleby
32001
Authority in an Age of Expertise
CE Hundleby
Between Scientists and Citizens, 209-217, 2012
22012
Just reason
C Hundleby, PA Rooney
Studies in Social Justice 4 (1), 1-6, 2010
22010
Science and social inequality: Feminist and postcolonial issues
C Hundleby
SIGNS 34 (2), 462-464, 2009
22009
Thinking Outside-In: Feminist Standpoint Theory as Epistemology, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science
C Hundleby
The Routledge Handbook of Feminist Philosophy of Science, 89-103, 2020
12020
The status quo fallacy
C Hundleby
Implicit Bias and Philosophy Volume 1: Metaphysics and Epistemology, 2016
12016
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