Lee MacLean



Lee MacLean is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Carleton University. She received her PhD from the University of Toronto in 2002; her thesis was on Rousseau’s ideas of free will and perfectibility. Her research interests are in the history of political thought and in feminist political thought. In the history of political thought, she is working on the following themes: nature, convention and politics; early modern conceptions of liberty and collective agency; democratic theory; ethics and politics; and responses to moral relativism. In feminist political thought, her current research focuses on gender, diversity and agency; standpoint theory; and feminist responses to the market economy.

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