Feminist Philosophers

News feminist philosophers can use

The sunday cat is so pleased to show you July 21, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 6:23 pm

This video:


The sunday cat is very glad she does not cavort with goats! July 14, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 7:11 pm


The Sunday Cat worries about STEM funding when it turns out that projects like this are funded June 30, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 3:26 pm

A longish clip:


The sunday cat finds a solution to the cat walk problem. June 23, 2013

Filed under: cats,Uncategorized — annejjacobson @ 7:00 pm

As we have seen, it is very hard to get a cat to go for a walk:

Here is an alternative:


The Sunday cat reveals an avian crime (two, in fact) June 16, 2013

Filed under: cats,Uncategorized — annejjacobson @ 8:30 pm



The Sunday cat displays an unexpected use of cats June 9, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 5:34 pm


The Sunday cat gets very, very serious June 1, 2013

Filed under: Arts,cats — annejjacobson @ 5:59 pm

With experimental art films from the 40’s. See the youtube blurb on the film below, part of which is here:

During the mid 1940s, Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid made films together as a husband-and-wife team. Who did what and who deserves the credit for directing or shooting their films remains disputed scholarly territory, but suffice to say, they were great together. … After hanging around the New York arts scene with people like John Cage and Anais Nin In 1947, Hammid and Deren joined together for another artful production, the last before they split.
They made a film about cats. And it is so, so good.
This is not a joke. The film they produced, The Private Life of a Cat, is dramatic and intense. It begins with the introduction of the two main characters: the male and female cats that lived at Deren and Hammid’s apartment. After some head licking by the cats, we are told that the female cat is pregnant and we see her jumping into a box where she remains for a good portion of the rest of the film.

Among other things, one sees the male cat acting positively with his family. But do note which of the humans gets the credit! I was so surprised!


The Sunday cat finds dog-training in action. May 11, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 10:00 pm

Poor dear doggy!

These are wild cats, the smallest ones to be found in Africa.
Neither the cat nor the dog is responsible for the music. Consider turning the sound off.


The Sunday cat applauds people who run cat shelters! May 5, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 12:05 pm


The Sunday does enjoy her tea! April 27, 2013

Filed under: cats — annejjacobson @ 10:39 pm

But it isn’t clear it should be this hard:

And thanks to Helen and her family for being great guests for High Tea today.



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