An analysis of feminisms in a Postgraduate Certificate that, in just a few weeks, will allow you to master the contents of this teaching field"

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The role of philosophy as a discipline is of vital importance in the management of thoughts and argumentative currents, the purpose of which is to delve deeply into a specific idea. Therefore, in the face of current demands and social movements, it is necessary to know the different branches that are manifesting themselves today, as well as their purposes and discourse.

One of the most recent cases is feminism, a trend that has been around for years but has gained strength in the face of events that have taken place in much of the world. Therefore, it is of vital importance for the educator to know the rationing of this movement, since it exists in most countries and is a topic of interest. In addition, this program will provide fundamental bases to approach debates, combats and drifts, based on real and simulation cases.

Therefore, this University Course created by TECH is an opportunity of knowledge for those who wish to deepen in these specific aspects. Throughout a very complete and specific syllabus, you will acquire the knowledge and routines necessary to understand the role of feminism and its impact, as well as techniques for debate, among other resources of argumentation oriented toward ethical values and social movements.

The nature of beauty and the human perception of it in a University Course created to bring the teacher closer to this branch of philosophy”

This Postgraduate Certificate in Feminism(s): Debates, Struggles and Diversions contains the most complete and up-to-date educational program on the market. The most important features include:

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  • Continuous updating and recycling systems
  • Autonomous learning: full compatibility with other occupations
  • Practical exercises for self-assessment and learning verification
  • Support groups and educational synergies: questions to the expert, debate and knowledge forums
  • Communication with the teacher and individual reflection work
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection
  • Supplementary documentation databases are permanently available, even after the course

With the most specific learning systems, this Postgraduate Certificate will immerse you in hands-on learning, allowing you to acquire the necessary skills for its application in a simple way”

Our teaching staff is made up of philosophy professionals and active specialists. In this way, we ensure that we deliver the educational update we are aiming for. A multidisciplinary team of well-versed and experienced professionals who will efficiently develop the theoretical knowledge, but, above all, will put at the service of the Postgraduate Certificate holders the practical knowledge derived from their own experience: one of the differential qualities of this training.

The effectiveness of our methodological design enhances mastery of the subject matter. Developed by a multidisciplinary team of e-learning experts, it integrates the latest advances in educational technology. In this way, you will be able to study with a range of , comfortable and versatile multimedia tools that will give you the operability you need in your education.

The design of this program is based on Problem-Based Learning: an approach that conceives learning as a highly practical process. To achieve this remotely, telepractice with the help of an innovative interactive video system, and  learning from an expert you will be able to acquire the knowledge as if you were facing the scenario you are learning at that moment. A concept that will allow you to integrate and fix learning in a more realistic and permanent way.

A high-quality Postgraduate Certificate that will allow you to learn with the best educational systems, enjoying the most developed and interactive online resources"

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The syllabus for this program has been created to gradually cover all the essential topics in the learning of the subject: from the knowledge of theoretical philosophy to the most practical aspects today. Metaphysics in all its aspects, in a complete approach and totally focused on its practical application.

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Module 1. Gender in Question. Feminism(s): Debates, Struggles and Diversions

1.1. The Value of the Humanities in Human Issues

1.1.1. Why the Humanities Today?
1.1.2. Philosophy and Gender Issues, a Gourmet Pairing
1.1.3. Anthropology and Sociology, Approaching Gender through ‘the Social’
1.1.4. Psychoanalysis, the Unwanted Visitor
1.1.5. Transdiscipline and Toolbox
1.1.6. What Kind of Epistemology for What Kind of Issues?
1.1.7. Knowledges, Colonization and Decolonization
1.1.8. What Is a Subject?
1.1.9. On Subjectivity(ies)?
1.1.10. Our Time. Elusive and Thorny Etchings

1.2. On the Gender Perspective

1.2.1. What Do We Mean When We Talk About Gender Perspective?
1.2.2. From Women’s Studies to Gender Studies
1.2.3. The World Tuned to Gender
1.2.4. Patriarchy and Hegemonic Masculinity
1.2.5. The Mandates of Hegemonic Masculinity
1.2.6. Gender Stereotypes
1.2.7. Gender Socialization
1.2.8. Gender Expectations
1.2.9. Violence

1.3. Analysis of Feminisms: First Wave

1.3.1. First Wave
1.3.2. Enlightened Feminism
1.3.3. The Critique of the Feminine Condition
1.3.4. Attribution of the Feminine Condition
1.3.5. The Civil Rights in Question
1.3.6. Concerning Power: Sexes and Social Relationships
1.3.7. The Controversy of the Masters of Knowledge
1.3.8. The Controversy of the Masters of Wealth
1.3.9. Intellectual References: Olympe de Gouges, Mary Wollstonecraft, Poullain de la Barre

1.4. Analysis of Feminisms: Second Wave

1.4.1. Suffragism
1.4.2. Declaration of Sentiments: Ecce Mulier
1.4.3. Towards Full Citizenship
1.4.4. The Emergence of the Popular Classes
1.4.5. De Jure and De Facto Inequalities
1.4.6. Family, Sexuality and Work
1.4.7. Reference Work: The Forms of Subjection, John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor
1.4.8. Betty Friedan and the Mystique of Femininity
1.4.9. Shulamith Firestone and the Dialectics of Relationships
1.4.10.  Simone de Beauvoir and the Second Sex

1.5. Analysis of Feminisms: Third Wave

1.5.1. The Agitated ‘60s, ‘Libertarian Revolutions’
1.5.2. The Transmutation of All Values
1.5.3. A Libertarian Morality among Liberals
1.5.4. The Private as Political
1.5.5. The Politicization of Desire
1.5.6. Denaturalizing / Politicizing / Re-Signifying
1.5.7. A New Epistemology
1.5.8. A Constructivist Anthropology
1.5.9. Structuralism, Post-Structuralism and Beyond
1.5.10. Butler and Identities

1.6. Analysis of Feminisms: Fourth Wave

1.6.1. Since When and Why? A Necessary Justification
1.6.2. Postmodernism and Poststructuralism
1.6.3. The Radicalization of the Political
1.6.4. Sorority as a Battering Ram
1.6.5. Identities? What for? Beyond
1.6.6. Science as an Ally
1.6.7. Cyborgs
1.6.8. Queers
1.6.9. Sorority as a Battering Ram
1.6.10. Preciado and the Countersexual Manifesto

1.7. Contemporary Debates

1.7.1. Contemporary Debates
1.7.2. The Emergence of Radicalism. Political Postulates in Gender Discourse
1.7.3. Scientific Discourse and Nomadic Identities
1.7.4. Discourse on Gender and Freedoms: Philosophical Approaches
1.7.5. Patriarchy, Does It Still Today? Under What Forms? Reflection
1.7.6. What Is Pedagogy Based on Cruelty?
1.7.7. Conflict and Violence Analysis: Eliminating the Other
1.7.8. Punitiveness and “Death to Males”
1.7.9. The Denial of Sexual Difference
1.7.10. Feminisms, Epochs and Subjectivities

1.8. Debates and Struggles

1.8.1. Towards ‘the Revolution’. A New Utopia?
1.8.2. Revolution, Emancipation, Rebellion. Much More than Random Signifiers
1.8.3. Capitalist Discourse and Contestation/Subsumption Practices
1.8.4. Liberation, Freedom and Gender
1.8.5. Does Feminism(s) Understand Sexuality?
1.8.6. Epoch, Revolt and the Voice of the Master
1.8.7. Can any Feminism(s) become Segregationist?
1.8.8. What Kind of Epistemologies for What Kind of Struggles?

1.9. Derivatives

1.9.1. Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy: Legalization and Counter-Offensive
1.9.2. Me Too: Corporate Sorority?
1.9.3. Agenda, What Agenda? What Is at Stake?
1.9.4. Public Protests and Public Lynchings: Does the End Justify the Means?
1.9.5. On the Risk of ‘Being Talked About’
1.9.6. Battlefield and Strategies
1.9.7. Hegemony and Legitimacy
1.9.8. Is There a Scientific Feminism?
1.9.9. Institutionalization of Conflict and the Party System

1.10. By way of (Un)Conclusion

1.10.1. Gender and ‘Attitude in Modernity’, from Foucault to Kant
1.10.2. Abandon the Enlightenment?
1.10.3. Why an Ontogenesis for Politics Would Be Necessary
1.10.4. Is a Feminist Policy beyond Possible Normativity?
1.10.5. To Forclude or Not to Forclude, That Is the Question
1.10.6. Of Dead Dogs and their Howling: From Freud to Lacan
1.10.7. A Necessary Debate on Manhood
1.10.8. The Risks of Postulating Posthuman Extremes
1.10.9. In the Meantime... What to Do with the Victims?

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Postgraduate Certificate in Feminisms: Debates, Struggles and Diversions

The world of feminism is extremely extensive, if you want to learn about the theories and practices that have shaped it over the years, at TECH you will find the ideal program. The Postgraduate Certificate in Feminisms: Debates, Struggles and Diversions, addresses topics such as the history of feminism, feminist theories, gender violence, sexual diversity and gender equality policies. Through a critical and participatory approach, you will understand the power dynamics and gender inequalities present in our society. This will allow you to acquire the necessary tools to combat them and promote a more just and egalitarian society.