Feminism: Issues and Arguments is a stimulating and accessible introduction designed for anyone interested in learning about feminist issues and the philosophical ideas that inform them. It tackles many of the key issues that shape feminism today —making it an ideal starting-point for students on a wide range of philosophy and women's studies courses. Jennifer Saul clearly outlines arguments for a variety of feminist positions, approaching the subject of a practical perspective and giving clear examples. Feminism's different strands appear in an engaging narrative, allowing reader to become familiar with the philosophical background and the real-life facts that affect contemporary debates. The books covers controversial modern topics, ranging from pornography, abortion, and working life, to questions of culture, language, and science.