A philosopher has noted to me that his concerted efforts to find a textbook in Philosophy of Law which features the voices of women and minorities has met with much frustration. He is intending to teach “classical debates” but he does not doubt that diverse points of view have been expressed in criticism of them. He’s likely right, but diversity, as it turns out, is not a hallmark of the major textbooks, even those edited by women. So he’s going further afield, using articles and monographs by Martha Minow and Catherine MacKinnon which he previously hasn’t tried. This is a good start, but he requests any input on readings others may have used in Philosophy of Law classes from many points of view, from women’s and de-centered perspectives.