Tagged: women and work

Julia Pierson, ‘Political Correctness,’ and How We View Women in Power

In our society, it’s not enough to discover that Julia Pierson was a bad choice for the position of Director of the Secret Service. Rather, we demand that her poor job performance be an indictment of the very decision to hire a woman in a position of authority in the first place.

by Tod Kelly

More on Being a Woman in a Male-dominated Field

I was never quite sure about what might be the cause of the extreme disparity of males to females in philosophy. Women make up 21% of professional philosophers. This is nowhere near their representation...