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Continental Feminism Reader by Ann J. Cahill,Jennifer Hansen,Judith Butler,Rosi Braidotti,Teresa Brennan,Kelly Oliver,Drucilla Cornell,Teresa de Laureti,Moira Gatens Challis Professor of Philosophy University of Sydney.,Elizabeth Grosz Jean Fox O'Barr Women's Studies Professor in Trin