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Using a feminist, poststructuralist perspective, Diana Fuss addresses the 'nature v. culture' debate, asking whether femininity, race, or homosexuality have 'essential natures'. She critically examines both positions in the debate. This book should be of interest to advanced students of philosophy and feminist theory.
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Diana Russell, Duchess of Bedford (née Lady Diana Spencer; 31 July 1710 – 27 September 1735), was a member of the Spencer family known for the unsuccessful attempt of marriage with Frederick, Prince of Wales.
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