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Greenwood Press, 1985). 2. Intellectual historians tend to study "philosophers" rather than public argument. For example, they might attend to John Locke's notion of "liberty" rather than to that of Peter Wentworth and Queen Elizabeth. D. , University of Iowa, 1974). My work may resemble that suggested by Michel Foucault, but his efforts focus on static epistemes. I am interested in the process of changing of such sity of California Press, 1984); discursive formations. 3. Platonic philosophy, psychological behaviorism, empirical sociology, and classic Marxism are all American quantitative traditions that have dis- paraged public discourse as an irrelevant or irredeemable process unworthy of attention.
Moreover, because of the character of ideographs in the process of persuasion, particular ideographic justifications (Right to Choice) were favored over others (Reproductive Freedom). The second is narrative in form. Narpowerful and important forms in almost all human collectives. 29 When they are repeated frequently, and begin to ground action and other beliefs, we call them *myths. Such social myths are not necessarily true or false. Generally, they tell important truths but they leave out important ingredients and, hence, distort.
The task is to construct a feminized morality. Consequently, we must consider all moral claims against us seriously. The case is made more fully by Beverly Wildung Harrison in Our Right to Choose: Toward a New Ethic of Abortion (Boston: Beacon believe that Press, 1983). 8. Harrison heprovides a historically grounded analysis, but it is not a diachronic account. Other philosophical and ethal discussions are available in Judith Jarvis Thompson, "A Definition of Abortion," and other essays in The Problem of Abortion, ed.