Governance, Representation and the 'Monstrous Regiment': Is the Collective Feminine?

John Morss

Abstract


Alternatives to the individualistic emphasis of liberal theory focus attention on collective dimensions of social life with implications for legal and political analysis of the state, of representation, and of international law. In this context, relationships between the individual–collective dichotomy and the dichotomy of gender demand attention because of the claimed affiliations of individualism with social understandings of masculinity.

Keywords


International law, collective, feminist theory, jurisprudence

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21153/dlr2014vol19no1art211

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