EM DIREÇÃO A UMA FILOSOFIA FEMINISTA DA TECNOLOGIA

Fernanda Thayná da Silva, Luiz Henrique de Lacerda Abrahão

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O artigo apresenta um breve histórico dos desenvolvimentos iniciais e dos movimentos de institucionalização dos debates feministas sobre a tecnologia, entre as décadas de 1970 e 1980, com vistas a indicar como a incorporação de tais debates feministas pelo recente subcampo Filosofia da Tecnologia aponta para a germinação de uma Filosofia Feminista da Tecnologia.


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